FAQ ReStore

What is a Habitat ReStore?

A Habitat ReStore is a non-profit store that accepts donations of new and gently home furnishings, appliances and building materials from individuals and businesses in the community and sells those items to the public at a reduced cost, usually half off of retail value. All proceeds go toward the affordable housing programs of Habitat for Humanity of Horry County.

We sell a variety of home building, remodeling and construction materials as well as home furnishings and hardware. Items include appliances, cabinetry, furniture, doors, lighting and electrical items, lumber, windows and much more!

The Habitat ReStore accepts most new and used building materials, home furnishings and appliances. Items must be in good, working order and able to be resold. Find out more about our donation acceptance and policies here.

The Habitat ReStore is located at 165 Co-Op Rd, Myrtle Beach, SC 29588. Our location is at the intersection of Hwy 544 and Hwy 707 directly across from the Socastee Library.

Tuesday – Saturday from 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

Yes! Everyone is welcome to come into the store and shop around for great deals.

Donations come in all day everyday and items sell quickly. The more you stop by, the more items you’ll find! Though you may call to check the availability of an item, we cannot keep a wish list. Donations arrive daily, so shop often.

Yes! We do FREE pick ups in Horry County. You can call 843-650-8815 exy. 8009 to schedule or schedule online!

Yes! When you make a donation to Habitat ReStore you will be given a receipt to be used as a tax deduction on your taxes.

When you support Habitat for Humanity of Horry County ReStore the profits go to help low-income families in Horry County build strength, stability and self-reliance they need to create a better life for themselves and their children through the purchase of their home.

Deconstruction is a service we offer in which we harvest salvageable, reusable materials from homes and businesses that will either be torn down or renovated in the near future. We then sell those materials at the Habitat ReStore or process them to generate recycle income. We’re always looking for more deconstruction volunteers, it’s a great experience!

The Habitat ReStore is always looking for new volunteers. We have a variety of tasks and needs that are accomplished by dedicated volunteers everyday to keep us running. For more information check out our volunteer section.

You can always stay updated by liking us on Facebook, following us on Instagram.  View some of our current inventory.

There are many ways local businesses can support the Habitat ReStore

  • Financial donations
  • Equipment donations
  • Encourage employees to volunteer and donate
  • Donate materials to the Habitat ReStore
  • Shop at the Habitat ReStore