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Habitat for Humanity

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(3 Reviews)

13355 49th St N, Clearwater, FL 33762

(727) 209-2199

CLOSED NOW
Today: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
8
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Hours
Regular Hours

Extra Phones

Phone: (727) 536-4755

Primary Phone: (727) 536-4755

Fax: (727) 536-4725

Payment method
master card, visa, discover, all major credit cards
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Categories
Social Service Organizations, Charities, Foundations-Educational, Philanthropic, Research

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Beth E.

01/17/2018

Overall

I love this place! Fun to hunt for treasures, old fixtures or even furniture. The staff has always been helpful and even helped me load my car on one occasion. And I love that the money goes to a great cause. My first stop when I am doing any kind of room remodel.

Chris H.

11/24/2017

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the employees were very helpful and the selection was pretty good.
i'm happy i went. not a waste of time.

Shelley L.

12/17/2014

Overall
Don't waste your time

Unfortunately we took the time to investigate buying building materials at what we hoped was a discount price, but this place has nothing. Not a single stick of matched lumber or bag of concrete. Dribs only of primer and buckets of paint...in pink and purple! Tiny lots of matching tile, useless. Dirty sinks and filthy tubs. It made me ill. Books are a bargain at .50 each. Couches looked all right, the rest of the furniture was pretty horrid. I doubt they make enough money to justify their existence. Since they actually give nothing away, to anyone, ever, I don't see how this org. even qualifies as a charity. The authorities need to investigate this "charity" because something just is not right.