Filed under: Building Supplies
If you’ve recently remodeled a part of your house or are contemplating some construction, you might want to consider an innovative program of the Evanston Rebuilding Warehouse. They are a non-profit organization that promotes reduction of waste in landfills through sustainable deconstruction and reuse practices.
In other words, you can visit their site in Evanston to donate some of your reusable building materials or you can use them as a place to shop for unique salvageable items to include in your remodeling effort. Either way, they are there to take it easy on the landfills.
Their details follow:
Evanston ReBuilding Warehouse
1818 Dempster St
Evanston, IL 60202
Thursday and Friday: 3 – 7 pm
Saturday and Sunday: 12 – 4 pm
The Habitat for Humanity ReStore accepts certain types of new and gently used building supplies. A listing of materials they are currently accepting is here. Examples are cabinets, plumbing fixtures and supplies, new windows, lumber, new carpet, flooring, appliances and furniture.
Materials can be dropped off at the ReStore during store hours only.
Wednesday – Friday, 9-6. Saturday 9-4.
Habitat for Humanity ReStore
800 N. State
Drop-offs are also available from 10-3 on the last Saturday of the month at
Ziegler’s Ace Hardware
481 N. Randall Road
Lake in the Hills, IL