Volunteers painting the ReStore

Visalia ReStore-Hours:

Mon to Fri – 9 AM-5 PM
Saturday – 9 AM-4 PM

Location:
637 S. Lovers Lane,
Visalia, CA 93292
559-734-4056

Shop the ReStore

ReStore Updates

The Restore in Visalia are still providing great opportunities for shopping while being responsive to the current public health concerns.

  • The ReStore staff are implementing extra COVID-19 precautions to keep customers safe.
  • We are suggesting that customers wear masks while inside the store.
    (children under two & people who are unable to wear a mast due to a medical condition are exempt)

Social distancing rules apply.

For our ReStore customers-shoppers and donors- and soon to be customers, here is more information on how Habitat for Humanity can continue to serve you and your family or business.

  • Come shop the unique items donated to the Visalia and Hanford ReStores.
  • ReStore staff are posting items for sale on Instagram and Facebook. This includes Vision Paint, paint supplies and Gateway mattresses. These and other posted items will be for sale and available for pick-up. Be sure to follow the ReStore on your favorite social media site.
  • If you have done any remodeling or have family who are moving and you can still donate to the Visalia ReStore
  • If you have more than a few items, or the items are too large or heavy, please call to schedule a pick-up. 559-734-4056

Habitat for Humanity ReStore relies on donations of new and gently used furniture, building materials and supplies to help support Habitat for Humanity’s on-going programs in Tulare and Kings Counties. For a list of acceptable items and more information on how to donate items to the ReStore Please Click Here!  If you have any questions, please contact the ReStore at 559-734-4056 or email restoremgr@hfhtkc.org.

Contact Us:
Visalia ReStore Phone: 559.734.4056 ~ Fax: 559-734-4087
Email: restoremgr@hfhtkc.org

The ReStore, run by Habitat for Humanity of Tulare/Kings Counties, Inc. is a building materials thrift store that sells donated materials and supplies at a discounted price. The ReStore receives its items through donations made by retailers with discontinued merchandise, builders with unneeded material, and community members.
The ReStore has three goals:

  1. -to raise money for the construction of more Habitat for Humanity houses in Tulare/Kings County
  2. -to divert useable materials from the landfill
  3. -to make useable materials available to the public at reasonable prices

The Visalia ReStore is now selling Visions Paint! 

Visions Quality Coatings is a California based corporation established in 2001. Visions has been committed to providing the highest quality products to its customers through constant innovation and product development. Visions offers a variety of colors, sheens, as well as interior, exterior paint. Most are available for sale at the Visalia and Hanford ReStores.

Visions Workhorse™ High Performance Primer is a high quality, water-based, stain blocking undercoat that works on both interior and exterior surfaces. Provides excellent adhesion and hide. Comes in 1 gallon Cans and 5 Gallon Buckets. Covers up to 400 Sq. Ft. per gallon.

The ReStore also sells Gateway Mattresses available in two styles, Comfort Rest and Regency 10. All of the premium products are fully foam encased for maximum usable, stable, surface area. The foam encasement help stop the feeling of falling off the bed when sitting or lying right on the edge of the mattress. The conventional mattresses are made up of one sided, two sided, firm, and plush models. They are Gateway’s introductory line up and are perfect for those looking for a more traditional feeling mattress.

We are always in need of volunteers at the ReStore and on other Habitat for Humanity projects. There are lots of opportunities to get involved. Learn More!

People are trying to find ways to be smarter about trash. We have become more aware of the tons of waste that ends up in our landfills and the damage that this does to our environment. New words have sprung up among environmentally friendly groups such as “up-cycle” and “re-purpose”. The concept of this movement is to find ways to take old items that are out of date or out of fashion, and create something entirely new with them.

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore has become the “Go to” place for seekers who are looking to get creative! Many businesses and websites are now featuring old items made new with a little paint and creativity. Use a window as a coffee table, or an old door as a headboard. Many of these items are available in the ReStore for a fraction of the retail cost. If you are planning a project in your near future, check out the Habitat Pinterest Page for some great ideas & start your treasure hunt at the ReStore!