Every ReStore is different, offering a unique shopping experience for Canadians seeking to add something new to their home.  The inventory is always changing as it is dependent on the generosity of corporate and private donors. Items are donated daily so each trip will bring you something new.  If you are able to drop-off your donation, please call the ReStore first to ensure your donation is acceptable as some items normally accepted can be overstocked, and may not be accepted from time to time.

The ReStore cannot accept any unsuitable or unsaleable materials, and we do not have a garbage disposal service for these items. We reserve the right to turn down any donation we are unable to sell. All donations must be inspected during our normal business hours. Dropping off materials outside of store hours is considered DUMPING and is subject to a fine.

Acceptable items

Donate to the ReStore: Materials We Can Use

Appliances – must be working condition, less than 10 years old including dishwashers, ovens, range tops, washers and dryers 
Books & Magazines
Cabinetry - Kitchen and Bath 
Carpet Remnants - new 
Ceiling Fans - with or without lights - complete 
Doors - Interior and Exterior 
Electrical Items - Plugs, Wiring, Outlet boxes 
File Cabinets
Flooring Material - wood, vinyl, laminate, tile 
Furniture - not ripped, stained or broken
Heating Units - in working condition
Light Fixtures 
Lumber - 4' or longer 
Mirrors - must be framed 
Nails, Nuts, Bolts
Paint & Stain - full gallons or quarts, unopened 
Painting Supplies
Peg Board
Piping and Plumbing - PVC, Metal, and Copper
Shingles - Full Bundles Only
Trim/Casing - 4' Minimum
TV Stands
TVs - working condition 
Vanity Tops 
Windows - Metal, Storm, Shutters

Unacceptable items
Automotive Supplies
Safety Equipment
Construction Waste (Any item in unusable dimension or condition)
Fertilizers, Insecticides, Pesticides or Plants
Glass (Not in Frames)
Hazardous Materials (Flammables, Acids, Solvents)
Plumbing fixtures that are chipped or stained (No 13 litre toilets)