NewsThink Like a Raindrop
Did you know that water is the number one destroyer of homes? Once water gets into your house and causes deterioration and rot, then eventually, water will cause it to fall down. Termites can also enter more easily once there is water damage. But there is a cheap, essential fix that saves you money in the long run: caulk and a caulking gun, according to Hilo Habitat Board Member Jake Bierman of Bierman Home Inspections, who taught the February Home Clinic at the ReStore, offering caulking tips and tricks from his construction experiences. [ ...more ]
Hilo Habitat Seeks New Volunteer Coordinator
Do you enjoy working with people and getting things done? Is providing affordable housing an important challenge that you want to be part of? Then consider becoming a volunteer coordinator with Hilo Habitat for Humanity. [ ...more ]
Hawaiian Beaches Renovation Continues
February 2014--Repairs continue to our Hawaiian Beaches renovation home, which was donated to Hilo Habitat as a fundraiser. [ ...more ]
Enabling housebuilding through sales of new, used, and surplus donated goods.
A 1,600 square foot warehouse
located in the same building as Floor Décor, across from Manono Street Marketplace
We always appreciate new or gently used building materials, tools, furniture, or cars in good working condition at the ReStore.
February 2014 eHabiChat
-Home Clinic: Caulking
-Hawaiian Beaches Update & Opportunities
-RSVP Volunteers Honored
-FaceBook Before/After Contest
We want your pennies. Our goal is to raise a million pennies. If you have pennies lying around the house, please bring them in to the Habitat ReStore at 700 Manono Street in Hilo (across from Manono Street Market, same building as Floor Decor).