We accept

Building materials

Material Donation


Material donations are received Monday - Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.. For large donations, please arrive no later than 4 p.m. to allow time for offloading. DO NOT LEAVE YOUR MATERIALS OUTSIDE OF THESE HOURS. This is considered dumping, which is illegal.

If your donation is an acceptable item (read guidelines below), please email your request HERE.

Be sure to include photos, as this will help us determine if your item can be accepted.

Acceptance Guidelines

Is it a building material?
Download our list of accepted materials HERE.

Is it in good, reusable condition?
We do not accept items that are broken or are have structural damage. Wood must be free of rot, pest/termite or structural damage, mold, flaking lead paint and excessive dirt. Items must have all their parts in good working order and be attached (no loose cabinet doors, etc.)

Do we have space for your item(s)?
As the space capacity in our warehouse fluctuates, we may not be able to accept your donation.

We encourage email inquiries with photos so that we can confirm in advance if we can or cannot accept your item. Please note that we will still need to inspect all items as they arrive. We can provide you with a tax-deductible donation receipt for the items we accept. The value of the material is determined by you.


Items we are NOT accepting at this time:
- Appliances (unless 3 years old or newer)
- Ceiling Fans
- Particle board anything
- Cabinets (unless high-end)
- Concrete utility sinks
- Cultured marble
- Desks
- Redwood jalousies
- Glass jalousies (limited to 15 pieces per donation)
- Hollow core doors
- Windows
- Window blinds
- Medicine cabinets
- Bi-fold doors
- Monier roofing tile
- Light bulbs

Items we NEVER accept:
- Fluorescent bulbs or fixtures
- Upholstered furniture
- Mattresses
- Pillows or any fabric items
- Disassembled furniture or items missing parts
- Items with broken or chipped glass
- Any wood that is termite/pest/rot damaged
- Items that are excessively dirty
- Items that are excessively rusty
- Cultured marble
- Items with frayed or exposed cords
- Opened cans of paint/liquids/powders
- Unopened paint that is 10+ years old
- Commercial fixtures

Are you a contractor?

If you are a contractor with surplus material, you can receive a tax-deductible donation receipt for the full value of the material you donate. Click here to email us