Thursday, July 13, 2017

Weekly Newsletter Buy a Bargain, Build a Home July 12 - 18, 2017


For the most part it's been a summer of rain, clouds, and gloom. So why not put that behind you with Habitat ReStore's
LIGHT UP THE SUMMER SALE!
From July 12-18 at both Ottawa area ReStores, get 
50% OFF LIGHT FIXTURES!
768 BELFAST ROAD

Antique Buffet with Mirror
Gorgeous antique wooden buffet, complete with mirror. Hand carved and features the original hardware. One of a kind item.  $725.
 
Portable Air Conditioner
LG portable air conditioner. Beat the heat, wherever it finds you. $190.
Lockers
Steel locker segment featuring 3 lockers. Measures 6' tall and 3' wide. Great place to keep your books between classes. Just $200
Solid Wood Rustic Entertainment Unit
Beautiful solid pine entertainment set with old fashioned-style hardware and a rustic appeal. $350.

Kohler Amaretto Bidets
Three brand new Kohler Amaretto bidets available. Fixtures not included. Regular retail price $600+.
$295 each.

Antique Door
Antique wooden door with inlaid metal design featuring beveled glass squares. Measures approximately 31" x 83". $255.

7 ENTERPRISE AVE.


Storage Bench
Ideal for your front entrance, this compact bench features a lower storage cabinet. Just $100.

Ryobi Table Saw
Ryobi 10" table saw. Includes instruction manual. 
Only $75.

 
Victorian Cast Iron Swinging Plant Holder
A sturdy cast iron stand for eleven of your fine floral friends. $80.
         
Roper Washer and Dryer
Reliable Roper brand washer and dryer. $150 and $125, respectively.

Ornate Brass-finish Chandelier
Beautiful antique-style chandelier. $200. But during the Light Up the Summer Sale, it's only $100!

Granite Top Desk
Work out your writer's block on this writer's block. Features 5 drawers. $225.
          

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On July 9th, we celebrated the start of our new build project in Orleans with a neighbourhood block party. Music was played, faces were painted, and ice cream was eaten.

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