Habitat for Humanity finds itself nearly bursting at the seams following a huge donation of construction materials this week.
Alexandria Moulding has provided $30,000 worth of pine door frames, wainscoting base boards and mouldings.
It ranks as one of the largest donations the charity home builder has ever received, said executive director Leigh Taggart.
"We knew there was a trailer coming but we didn't know how big," she said. "Then we found out it was a stacked 53-foot trailer.
"It was certainly beyond my expectations."
It took several hours to unload the material, which is now being displayed for sale at Habitat's ReStore in Bonville, north of the city.
"We have it available for a really good price," she said.
The ReStore accepts and resells new and used items including building materials, furniture, appliances and household items. Money generated is used by Habitat to build homes in the region for people in need.
This year Habitat had one building project in Moose Creek, but Taggart said two are on tap for 2013.
She added Alexandria Moulding almost always donates products for Habitat builds right across the country.