We are seeking donations of reused materials for use in the construction of the Remakery space.
Our current (April 2013) call out is for:
Surface mounted workshop lights and plug boxes
Fire detection equipment (ideally a contractor to carry out these works)
Ventilation Ducting - Large quantities and consistent diameters (350mm or 400mm diameter probably required)
A friendly electrical wholesaler
Heating installation specialist or Biomass wholesaler
If you have some items you think we might need, please give us a ring to discuss. Please call Hannah +44 (0) 7919 038 778 or Marente +44 (0) 7920 741 799. Thank you!
We are able to arrange van collections (or bike trailer collections for smaller items), and will collect for free any materials that are genuinely useful for the construction of the Remakery. Collections are currently volunteer-run so we may not be able to collect immediately.
Bricks and Blocks
Building Timber (4”x2”, 3”x2” etc.)
Doors and fire doors, any size and spec considered, pref with glazed panes
Electrical: cable management trays / conduit, switches, light fittings, sockets, alarms, etc.
Flooring : wood, ceramic tiles, vinyl, carpet, carpet tiles, cork
Hardware, knobs, hinges, locks, nails, cabinet pulls, nuts, bolts, screws
Insulation (rockwool, mineral wool, batts or quilt)
Millwork/ trim, wood casing and base (clean), vinyl base
Old scaffold planks and pallets
Paint, stain and varnish
Plasterboard/ cementboard (whole sheets or large offcuts only) . Plumbing, usable fixtures, copper pipes, plastic waste pipe, current parts and supplies
Tools, hand- and power tools
Ventilation parts and supplies . Windows, frames, glazing, ironmongery
We are able to arrange van collections, and will collect at no charge any materials that are genuinely useful for the construction of the Remakery. If materials are available, please call Hannah +44 (0) 7919 038 778 or Marente +44 (0) 7920 741 799. Thank you!
*The images above are broadly indicative of how the materials may be used in the construction of the Remakery. Many of the images were created by Architecture for Humanity London who are happy to share them under a Creative Commons licence. Please let us know if you plan to use them. The remaining images were sourced online and are assumed to be in the public domain. In the event that there is a problem with copyrighted material, the break of the copyright is unintentional and non-commercial. Any such material shall be removed upon request.*