Demo & Deconstruction
Partner with Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County to conduct a demolition sale or deconstruction to lighten the landfill load, help your local community and receive a tax deduction.
Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County partners with homeowners and/or home builders to manage demo sales. Demo sales are one-day on-site public sales in which items in a home are sold or removed prior to demolition. Items can include but are not limited to windows, doors, cabinets, appliances, floor coverings, trim, decking, pavers, piping and fixtures.
Deconstruction is a free service provided by Habitat for Humanity in Monmouth County ReStore to carefully remove kitchen cabinets, appliances, fixtures, windows, doors and other items of value from a house before a remodel or tear down. These items are then sold at the ReStore.
How to partner with Habitat for Humanity for a Demo Sale or Deconstruction opportunity:
Step 1: You decide to donate kitchen cabinets, appliances, bathroom vanities, windows, doors, flooring and other reusable saleable items of a house or business before you remodel or tear down.
Step 2: You call or email our ReStore Manager, Peggy Molloy, firstname.lastname@example.org or 732-963-2209 to schedule a consultation to determine if we are able to host a demo sale at your property or remove items via our deconstruction program.
Step 3: After the initial consultation, parties mutually agree to a date for the demo sale and acquire the necessary permits to conduct sale on site.
Step 4: ReStore promotes demo sale in the area via newspapers, social media and other free bulletins.
Step 5: After the conclusion of the demo sale day, ReStore staff remove the remaining items that can be sold at the ReStore and return them to the warehouse for future sale.
Step 6: The homeowner/contractor receives a detailed donation summary. All proceeds of this sale have helped build and repair safe and affordable homes in our local service area!!