Thinking about tackling some home improvement projects over the long weekend? Right now, you can save big on almost everything in our warehouse!
And while you’re here, it’s a great time to stop by Tanglewood Works. This cool little shop, located in front of our warehouse, is celebrating its first “Birth-A-Versary.” You can meet the artists, check out FREE DEMOS, get discounts on upcycled housewares, enjoy refreshments, win prizes at the “Salvager Hunt,” and more! Keep reading below for more details.
Sept 12th: Fall Festival & Vintage Tools at the Forklift
September 12th 10am – 3pm
Mark your calendar! We’ll have antique experts, preservation and appraisal advice, and free workshops.
Enjoy old-timey bands, food, and cider. It’s also a rare opportunity to view our large selection of vintage tools (normally sold online only).
50% OFF CAST IRON TUBS AND SINKS!
( and FREE COUNTERTOPS)
Have you been waiting to restore a bathroom? Love the look of clawfoot tubs? September is your month!
All cast iron tubs and sinks are 50% off. Sale includes vintage items with blue tags AND modern items with orange tags. Sale does not include select specialty items, items with missing or damaged price tags or consignment items.
First, kick off your Labor Day weekend by meeting friends for some honky-tonk at the Forklift First Friday party.
Then, throughout the weekend at the first “Birth-A-Versary” celebration for Tanglewood Works, there will be a ton of FREE DEMOS, discounts on upcycled housewares, a “Salvager Hunt,” and more!
Hi Forklift Fans – are there days when you’d like to hunt for treasure, and help your favorite reuse center lift up local communities… but you just don’t feel like going out in the heat?
Well, remember that you can shop online too! Proceeds from your online purchases help Community Forklift to continue creating good green jobs, reducing waste, and providing support to neighbors in need.
There are 151 items in our Ebay store this week!
Have you heard of Attic-DC – a fantastic new website that culls collections from some of the best independent vintage shops in the area? They were recently featured in the Local Living section of the Washington Post and on the Washingtonian‘s blog. Our growing furniture section is now being...
Green America writes: “Since 2005, Community Forklift has promoted deconstruction in the Washington, DC, area by collecting, donating, and reselling salvaged building materials and appliances…”