Friday, May 31, 2013

Fabulous Finds Friday plus 30% off!!

Good afternoon! There are so many fabulous things to post about this week, so get ready!

The first Fabulous (few) Finds involves new product that can be found at the Mooresville & Cornelius ReStores!

Fabulous Find #1: Programmable Thermostats:
These babies are perfect for the hot summer that is approaching! Set your thermostat to a higher temperature when you are at work during the day, and program it to cool down the house shortly before you arrive home!

Fabulous Find #2: Baby Safety Equipment
Also available at the Cornelius and Mooresvillle ReStores, these safety items are great for any mom or dad (grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother, etc) preparing to bring a child into the world! From drawer stoppers (we don't want any tiny fingers pinched!) to plastic stove-knob covers, door knob locks and refrigerator locks, your baby is sure to be protected from some of the dangers of an ordinary home!

 Fabulous Find #3: New AquaSource Faucets!
I'll be the first one to admit that I absolutely LOVE building materials. Before I purchased my home, I couldn't stand the thought of entering Lowe's Home Improvement. Now, we're honestly considering registering there for our wedding (crazy, I know..). I'm especially fond of shopping at Lowe's if it means I can look at new new kitchen equipment! We recently purchased a new faucet for our kitchen sink because the sprayer broke and anytime one of us would forget and use it we'd end up with water all over the place. So imagine how bummed I was when these babies came out onto the floor at the Cornelius ReStore yesterday!

Brand new AquaSource kitchen faucets. There are a variety of different styles. Similar ones, like this one found online, go for over $100, and the Cornelius ReStore is selling them for $65-$75! This particular one includes a soap pump, and a pull down sprayer. 

Fabulous Finds #4: Picture Frames
If building materials don't do it for you, don't fret! The Cornelius ReStore just came into a GREAT selection of picture frames! Stop in to take a look for yourself, and don't forget to fill them with your favorite photos of  your summer happenings!

Fabulous Find #5: 1995 Hydra Force Pontoon Boat with Trailer
This last Fabulous Find is so great it deserves a post all it's own! Located at the Mooresville ReStore, this 1995 Hydra Force Pontoon boat and it's trailer were donated to us just a few days ago. The previous owners last took it out for a "swim" two years ago, and said that it was in great working order then. It is being auctioned off beginning tomorrow, June 1st. This special silent auction will end on Saturday, June 15th at 2pm. Please place all bids at the Mooresville ReStore. To see more pictures of the boat, click here

That completes the Fabulous Finds for you this week, but as I mentioned there are so many great things happening at Our Towns Habitat ReStores! Here are a few more things of importance:

Summer Kick-off Sale!
Both the Cornelius & Mooresville ReStores will be having a 30% ALL FURNITURE sale tomorrow (Saturday, June 1st). Come check out our great selection of  couches, tables, chairs, desks and more!

Neighborhood Blitz
If you haven't heard about our Neighborhood Blitzes, then read carefully! Quite possibly the easiest and most convenient way to schedule a pick up if you and your neighbors have donations! This technique works particularly well after Neighborhood Yard Sales! Simply call the ReStore (or email Amy) and ask to schedule a Neighborhood Blitz...we'll come out on a designated Saturday (preferably decided upon a few weeks in advance) and drive around your neighborhood. Anyone participating is asked to put their donations at the curb for an easy and convenient pick-up. No waiting around and no fuss!

New Summer Hours!
Our Towns Habitat ReStores will follow new summer hours beginning tomorrow, Saturday, June 1st. Both ReStores will be open:

Tuesday - Saturday: 9am to 5pm

We will remain closed on Sundays & Mondays. 
What other things would you like to see happen at Our Towns Habitat ReStores?

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