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Online Shopping & In-Store Pickup

In-Store pickup at either of our two ReStore locations is available when you order on our online ReStore. Check out our selection of online products today at

Household Donations & Donation Pickup 

Limited donation pickup service is now available for some items. Click here to arrange a pick up or drop off for any items.

For corporate donations please contact

Please Note: As of January 1, 2022 both ReStore locations will no longer accept e-waste

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Habitat Greater Ottawa operates non-profit home improvement retail stores across Ottawa called Habitat ReStores, which sell donated, new and gently-used home furnishings, appliances and other renovation materials at a fraction of the original price.

The first Habitat ReStore in Canada was opened in Winnipeg, Manitoba in 1991 and the concept has since grown to include hundreds of locations across Canada and the U.S.

ReStore Locations & Hours

New stock arrives every day and sells quickly, so visit your nearest ReStore soon and often!

Train Yards

768 Belfast Road
Ottawa, ON

Open 9:00am – 5:00pm


3 Iber Road
Stittsville, ON

Open 9:00am – 5:00pm

Frequently Stocked Items

  • Kitchen and bathroom fixtures, cabinets and countertops
  • Interior & exterior doors
  • Windows
  • Flooring & tiles
  • Light fixtures & light bulbs
  • New paint, stain & wallpaper
  • Hardware, plumbing & electrical supplies
  • Fireplace mantles
  • Trim and mouldings
  • Shelving and hardware
  • Lumber and building supplies
  • Seasonal products

All efforts are made to ensure consistency of pricing between the two ReStores operated by Habitat Greater Ottawa. Due to the unique nature of ReStore products, combination of new and gently used, and the frequently fluctuating stock, there may occasionally be price differentiation for similar items in our stores. Items are priced to sell at significantly below original retail value. Prices are as marked.

Thank you to our Restore Supporter, Ottawa Trillium Foundation