DonatE building materials, fixtures and more
Free pickup is available for larger donations. Our truck is generally booked a week out (thank you Pittsburgh!), so please be sure to plan ahead so we can meet your scheduling needs.
Click here to request a pickup—fill out the form and we'll contact you promptly to discuss your donation. We check online pickup requests during our regular business hours Monday through Friday. Please give us time to process your request, multiple calls and emails slow us down. But if you don't hear from us within three business days, please call Ben at 412-243-5025 ext 11. Thank you!!
If you experience any difficulty using our online donation form, please call us.
What kinds of things do we accept?
The main thing to remember is that we are a reuse store, so acceptable items have to be in a suitable condition so that another user can buy them to use in their home, yard or construction project.
We inspect all donations and reserve the right to reject material that cannot be resold, items we may currently have overstocked, and items we are unable to accept at all like chemicals and items for disposal. Remember we are not a disposal service and cannot afford to throw your material away.
Tax deductions for you or your client
We provide an itemized receipt of your donations for tax deductions. You assign the value to the item(s) donated.
Regain valuable storage space and help others
Accumulated more construction and remodeling materials than you have room for? Tired of clutter that has no reuse purpose for you? Reuse is the greenest choice you can make, so show your support for a cleaner environment, and your donation of overstocked inventory and gently used construction materials and supplies makes home repair and remodeling affordable to many.
Since we opened our doors in 1999, we've received more than 100,000 items donated by thousands of individuals and companies. In addition to reusable items, you can also donate your time, by volunteering to sort, clean and stock inventory.
Reduce your taxes
Determining the Value of Donated Property
The Tax Perks of Charitable Giving
Author – Bill Bischoff