|Testimonial of the Month
In a word, our experience with Caliber was outstanding. It bordered on magical the way our kitchen and bath were transformed--and in only 5 days, as promised. The craftsmanship revealed in Andy's woodwork was exceptional. Every aspect of the project was completed in a most professional manner. It was a joy to work with Andy and we would recommend him to others without hesitation.
Ken and Marlene, Windsor
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|Dear (Contact First Name) ,
Fall has arrived and with it, cooler weather. School is back in session and perhaps you're trying to get become more organized. If you're ready to update and add functionality to your kitchen, or if you need a custom hutch or lockers, give us a call. We not only can reface your existing cabinetry with solid wood we can also build whatever you need to organize your home. Our schedule fills up fast, so call today if you would like your project completed by the end of the year!
If you're looking to declutter, we hope this month's article may inspire you to donate to a worthy cause. Sales from the ReStore of Dane County provides enough income to build two Habitat for Humanity homes each year not to mention all the other great side effects that come out of this wonderful attribute to our community. They're also looking for volunteers, check out their website for more information.
Andy & Nicci Holtzen
Caliber donates as much as it can to the ReStore, located in Dane County and this month, we wanted to share information about Habitat for Humanity's ReStore with you.
The Habitat ReStore accepts donations of new and saleable, used building materials such as cabinets, lighting and plumbing fixtures, doors, lumber, flooring, and windows. Most of these donations are sold to the public at up to 75% off the retail price. This keeps valuable materials out of local area landfills and provides the community with a source of low cost building materials. The Habitat ReStore keeps close to 1,000 tons of building materials out of Dane County's landfills annually. Meanwhile, local home owners and businesses have purchased donated materials for their own projects, saved money and supported Habitat for Humanity's home building program. Sales from the Habitat ReStore provide enough income to build two Habitat for Humanity homes in Dane County a year!
The Habitat ReStore is an ambitious project, and needs the help of a lot of people in many different ways to make it successful. You can help by volunteering, donating good used building materials, or simply by shopping at the Habitat ReStore. All donations to the Habitat ReStore are tax deductible.
Habitat ReStore Location/Hours
The Habitat ReStore is located off Hwy 51 on the East Side of Madison at 208 Cottage Grove Road.
Store Hours: 9 am - 5 pm, Tuesday, Wedneday, Friday and Saturday; Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursdays.
Habitat for Humanity
Since 1987, Habitat for Humanity of Dane County has built homes with 180 working, low income individuals/families.