Habitat for Humanity ReStore has Moved

The Williamson County Habitat for Humanity ReStore has move back to Franklin at 1725 Columbia Avenue. The new 12,000 square foot plus location offers customers a larger and open retail floor with plenty of parking. It also gives the store better visibility to the public.

The Grand opening was March 21st but you have not missed anything. The store is constantly receiving new items that are put out for purchase. The new layout and design was done by students from O’More College of Design and Hinson Miller Kickirillo Architects executed the improvements.

The move was spurred by surveys conducted that revealed most of the stores customers were residents of the greater Franklin area. The Habitat ReStore contains items you might find at your local hardware store at a fraction of the retail price. Gently used furniture, appliances, cabinets, lighting and more can be found. The store helps reduce landfill waste while offering an affordable way to upgrade your home.

Store hours are Monday – Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM and they accept donations at those times as well. You can schedule a pick-up of some items with the store so give them a call 615-690-8094. Find out more and like them on Facebook.