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FlipIt & Win

Posted by on September 15, 2014 in News | 1 comment

FlipIt & Win

FlipIt & Win Before and After Contest     The Re-Store Warehouse is challenging the creative DIY’r @ heart. This months FlipIt & Win Contest kicks off this Saturday 09.20.14 at 9:00 AM. Here’s how it works. Come by our store (205 Forsythe Street | Fayetteville, NC | 28303) and pick up your free project pallet. Project must consist of using the material of 1 pallet and your imagination. All entries will be judged back on site Saturday 09.27.14 @ 12:30 PM by Beth and a panel of judges. The winner will receive a $50...

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The Re-Store Warehouse 15th Birthday Celebration

Posted by on August 7, 2014 in News | 0 comments

Join Us August 20th, 2014 Food, Fun, Music & Savings With over $900, 000.00 in donations since 1999, The Re-Store Warehouse invites           you to join us as we celebrate our 15th Birthday. The Wing Company & R Burger will         have their food trucks set up as we gather to enjoy  music and savings festivities. So mark your calendar and come on by. Comment and let us know your...

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M.A.D Fridays -Military Appreciation Day

Posted by on July 21, 2014 in News | 0 comments

M.A.D Fridays -Military Appreciation Day

M.A.D. Fridays Military Appreciation Day!       The Re- Store Warehouse is proud to honor our Military Service Members past and present with 10% savings off everything in stock.  We appreciate the sacrifices you have made to allow us to live in a free country. Without you we wouldn’t be able to help support the less fortunate in our community. Thank...

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Used Appliances: Dump or Donate

Posted by on July 17, 2014 in News, Tips | 1 comment

So it’s time to update your kitchen appliances. The refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, washer and dryer. One or all of these are now either doesn’t work like you want them to or don’t look like you want them to. In the kitchen in particular, if you want a new stainless steel side by side fridge, you can’t keep that almond stove. And in the wash room, do you keep the white dryer beside the new red front loader washing machine? But what to do the old, used appliances. There are a couple of options: The company that you purchased the new...

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5 Things To Consider When Renovating Your Kitchen

Posted by on April 17, 2013 in News, Tips | 0 comments

5 Things To Consider When Renovating Your Kitchen

As home values rebound, finally, you begin to consider improvements or upgrades to your home. Owning a home was and still is the best investment you can make over time. Historically, you can go back and see periods of depressed home values. Heck, in the late 70’s and early 80’s when interest rates were 20% +, homes were still selling! 20% interest…are you kidding! Today, with rates around 3%-4%, now is the time to consider upgrading your home to be able to get top dollar when you decide to sell it. So which room will provide...

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Top 5 Uses for Old Kitchen Cabinets

Posted by on April 5, 2013 in News, Tips | 0 comments

So you have decided to upgrade your kitchen with new cabinets. After many trips to many home stores, you have picked out the perfect cabinets for your style and personality. You have coordinated the cabinet color with paint, floor covering and lighting. Now you are ready to get started. But now the question, “What to do with the old cabinets?” Here are 5 things you can do with your old kitchen cabinets: 1. Donate them to a non-profit who can provide you with a tax deduction for the donation. There are probably many non-profits in...

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Donate versus Yard Sale

Posted by on March 20, 2013 in News, Tips | 1 comment

Donate versus Yard Sale

Items accumulate around the house all the time. Sometimes it’s because we don’t want to throw anything away. Sometimes it’s because we think we might reuse that item at a later date.  Sometimes we buy new to replace old. There will come a point in time however when the weight of the pile or piles becomes more than you can bear. Then the question becomes “what to do with this stuff?” Do I donate it? Do I a yard sale? What is the right answer? Well, it depends. First, what are the items that have accumulated?...

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Recycling Your Used Appliances

Posted by on March 20, 2013 in News, Tips | 0 comments

Recycling Your Used Appliances

You’ve just completed upgrading your dream kitchen with new appliances. Now the question is “What to do with my old, used appliances?” Who takes used appliances and what do they do with them? Did you think about recycling? First, make sure they don’t end up in the landfill taking up valuable space. Even though this may seem like a logical choice, most landfills wont take them. This is mainly due to the freon in the cooling system and oil in the compressor. Both of these can contaminate the ground and potentially harm...

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World’s Largest Recycled Art Show

Posted by on February 10, 2013 in News | 0 comments

World’s Largest Recycled Art Show

The Re-Store Warehouse, Inc. in partnership with educational and art organizations from around southeastern North Carolina showcase the World’s Largest presentation of art designed entirely of reclaimed, discarded, and mutilated materials. The World’s Largest Recycled Art Show is about recycling and design – One man’s trash is another man’s treasure! For one week in April, as a sanctioned event of the Fayetteville Dogwood Festival, The Re-Store Warehouse is turned into a treasure trove of recycled material in sorts of shapes and...

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Window Sash Picture Frame

Posted by on January 14, 2013 in Decorating on a Dime, News, Tips | 0 comments

Window Sash Picture Frame

Use an old 4 to 6 pane window sash. (You can get the window sash at The Re-Store Warehouse for $5.00) You can either choose to paint it or leave it looking rustic. Choose pictures and use matting to place into each window.  You can use duct tape to tape matting into place because it will not be seen. With Gorilla Glue take black felt matting and cover the entire back of the window, covering up the taped matted pictures. Use two nails and knot rope or wire in order to hang it on the wall. Once finished you will have a New...

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