These guidelines will fluctuate with market conditions and our capacity.
Donations are accepted daily up to 1 hour before closing. If you have questions, you can contact us by phone or e-mail.
The Rebuild-it Community Project is a 501c(3) nonprofit, Tax ID# 30-0640434. Your donations may be tax-deductible, if your donation is in “good used condition or better.” IRS regulations allow you to establish and document the value of your donations. A receipt acknowledging your donation can be given to you when you donate.
All items must be in good reusable condition.
We DO accept:
Doors: all types, in good condition only, without rot or cracks.
Windows & Screens: all types except single pane aluminum-frame.
Cabinets: all types in good condition.
Electrical: parts, wire, plugs, plates and hardware that meet electrical codes.
Carpet: new or used in very good condition without stains, odors, or holes.
Wood: new or used without adhesive or nails
Laminate: new only, all types in full boxes
Linoleum: new only
Tile: new only
Hardware: knobs, hinges, locks, nails, cabinet pulls, nuts, bolts, screws, sorted miscellaneous.
Lighting: working light fixtures. No ballasts with PCBs.
Lumber – Plywood – Siding – Trim: full and 1/2 sheets of plywood or siding, four feet or longer. Please, no rot, nails or screws sticking out.
Pipe and fittings – PVC – Metal – Copper: four feet or longer.
Plumbing – Tubs – Sinks – Showers : in very good condition and clean.
Roofing – Gutters: all types, bundles of shingles (new) rolled roofing material, metal roofing, gutter full pieces, without rust or damage.
Bricks & Block: in good condition.
We DON’T accept:
Items requiring excessive assembly or cleaning
Damaged beyond repair
Incomplete or missing parts
Glass – flat sheet glass (except wavy or textured)
Mixed containers of screws, nails, bolts, etc.
Water heaters with tanks (,both gas or electric)
Hollow Core Doors without jamb (frame)
Window Shades, Blinds, (except wood) and Curtains
Cabinet drawers or doors without cabinet
Items containing hazardous materials such as PCBs, Asbestos, or Mercury
Fluorescent lighting with ballasts containing PCBs