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Shopping at Habitat-for-Humanity Sat. Aug 28th
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Post# 1158104   8/28/2022 at 15:26 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        

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It's one of the biggest habits I've seen AND they just expanded last week I'm told. They made a nice hole through the back wall into what I believe was a Harbor Freight store before.

Yes, they have appliances.

First, some of the Hardware.


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Post# 1158105 , Reply# 1   8/28/2022 at 15:28 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        
Some of the furniture

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They've got a lot.
Rose glassware.


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Post# 1158106 , Reply# 2   8/28/2022 at 15:30 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        
Furniture displays

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Ready for move in.

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Post# 1158107 , Reply# 3   8/28/2022 at 15:34 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        
Appliance major

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Several Gas. Those dryers have the typical yellowed interiors I've had to reference before, and I'm sure I will many times in the future. lol yell

The Duet set looks like it's had little traffic.

They even have repair parts, specifically motors that look like they are from Whirlpool.


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Post# 1158112 , Reply# 4   8/28/2022 at 15:50 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        
more Maj Applis

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80s WP gas dryer


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Post# 1158113 , Reply# 5   8/28/2022 at 15:52 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        
Applis - small

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2 gds that look to be new or almost.

 

I used to buy those for like $29 new at Menards in the 90s, for my rentals.


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Post# 1158116 , Reply# 6   8/28/2022 at 16:24 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        
The addition

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They broke through the back wall.

Also, earthquake damage to the floor in one spot. There's another spot in front of the store where they had to level out the floor to make it safe.


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Post# 1158117 , Reply# 7   8/28/2022 at 16:29 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        

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They even have a Christmas section....with some lights.

The sold section, stuff waiting to be picked up.

Some of the lights they had.

So much good stuff here.

There was good traffic too. I had to be strategic in order to keep from getting others in the pics.


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Post# 1158123 , Reply# 8   8/28/2022 at 17:21 by Maytag85 (Sean A806)        

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They seem to have a few reel mowers and considering on picking up a reel mower in my area since thereís a Honda mower thatís been sitting for who knows how long and more than likely will need a rebuild from sitting for years.

Iíd be interested to see what kinds of fans they have come through since Iíve heard of people finding Lakewood box fans and have been looking to see whatís for sale in my area but it seems that older Lakewood fans are unicorns in my area since I havenít seen a Lakewood box fan in years of going to garage sales and thrift stores, even go onto marketplace and Craigslist to see what there is and nothing. Iíll keep on searching but I have a feeling that all the Lakewood metal bladed fans have all migrated out east since thatís where a majority of fan collectors live.


Post# 1158135 , Reply# 9   8/28/2022 at 19:02 by Good-Shepherd (New Jersey)        
80s WP gas dryer

They've got a nerve charging $125 for that dryer with the finish worn off drum.

HFH's in my area are no different, they jacked prices way up a few years ago.

Then they go and build a house for Ethiopian immigrants with the cash.



Post# 1158168 , Reply# 10   8/29/2022 at 06:43 by gizmo (Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia)        
go and build a house for Ethiopian immigrants with the cash

Isn't that exactly the point of Habitat for Humanity - providing housing for people who need housing?


Post# 1158171 , Reply# 11   8/29/2022 at 08:48 by pulltostart (Mobile, AL)        

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That's a well-stocked HOH.  Looks like a department store!  Our local HOH is really pitiful.  Pitiful.  BTW - LOVE the set of red chairs!

 

lawrence


Post# 1158172 , Reply# 12   8/29/2022 at 08:51 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        

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Yes Chris that is exactly the point of Habitat For Humanity. But apparently for some only if the homes are built for the ďright peopleĒ.

Eddie


Post# 1158179 , Reply# 13   8/29/2022 at 09:46 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        
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We must think positive. It's great that you in fact HAVE a HFH store and there is the possibility they also could expand or move to larger space.

Post# 1158190 , Reply# 14   8/29/2022 at 13:50 by Good-Shepherd (New Jersey)        
providing housing for people who need housing

Charity begins at home.

How many native born Americans who need housing were passed over?

Not the first time HFH has done this in my area either.


Post# 1158195 , Reply# 15   8/29/2022 at 14:58 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        

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The first Good Shepard, Jesus Christ wouldnít have found one homeless person more deserving than another because of their nationality. To him we are all created equal.

Habitat For Humanity helps ALL people, as long as they qualify for the help AND they contribute to the process of building their home.

There is a vast difference in the deprivation of American born citizens and immigrants who come here for a better life. Whats so wrong with helping your fellow man regardless of where they came from? The need for the basic human needs of shelter, food, clothing and medical care know no ethnic boundaries.

If anyone doesnít like the way Habitat For Humanity runs its charitable organization then they donít need to support it.

Eddie



Post# 1158226 , Reply# 16   8/30/2022 at 00:43 by SudsMaster (California)        

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Bradfordwhite,

 

Where is this HFH shop located?

 


Post# 1158227 , Reply# 17   8/30/2022 at 00:50 by ea56 (Cotati, Calif.)        

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I believe its in Santa Rosa at 1201 Piner Rd.

Eddie


Post# 1158228 , Reply# 18   8/30/2022 at 01:04 by bradfordwhite (West Coast, U.S.)        

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Yes, it's about an hour from SanFran via the Golden Gate Bridge and North on the 101. Depends on traffic of course. It's just off the 101 and Coddingtown Mall isn't far from there either.

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Post# 1158391 , Reply# 19   9/1/2022 at 07:43 by vacerator (Macomb, Michigan)        
The shop here has

A huge selection of evertyhting including good and junk. We donated our pefectly operating GE Profile almond t-o-l microvent to them. Temp.probe and all. Only a tiny fracture on the handle.


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