Habitat For Humanity’s ReStore Has Shutters Just In Time For This Year’s Hurricane Season

Storm shutters ready to be sized for customers.

Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County is encouraging everyone to be prepared this hurricane season. The Habitat ReStore in Greenacres, located at 4639 Lake Worth Road, has metal shutters to purchase in order to help protect your home. Simply bring in your window measurements, and they will cut to size for that perfect fit.

The Greenacres Habitat for Humanity ReStore is owned and operated by Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County to serve its mission of building homes, communities and hope. At the Habitat ReStore, the staff and volunteers happily accept donations of new and gently used items.

Donations are vital to helping those in the community realize their dream of owning a home and becoming self-reliant and stable through shelter. Habitat then sells those items to treasure hunters and bargain shoppers alike to raise money for the nonprofit’s mission of eliminating substandard housing.

The Habitat ReStore provides a more affordable avenue for home improvement projects, including keeping you safe during hurricane season, all while keeping tons of perfectly good items from ending up in the landfill.

HFHPBC has two Habitat ReStores located in Greenacres and Rivera Beach. To learn more about the Habitat ReStore location in Greenacres visit http://palmbeach.habitatrestores.org/habitat-restore-greenacres.

Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County, founded in 1986, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to building strength, stability and self-reliance through shelter. Each Habitat partner family is required to invest a minimum of 400 sweat equity hours of their own labor into the construction of homes before being eligible to purchase their home utilizing a 30-year, no-profit, no-interest loan.

For more information about Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County, visit www.habitatpbc.org.