There’s an old saying: “Measure twice, cut once.”
It’s always a good idea to double-check your work before doing something irreversible. Well, we weren’t quite careful enough this month!
Our February Sale announcement went out with a typo … we said 40%, but
Throughout February, take HALF-OFF doors with orange and blue price tags of $200 or less. The sale includes many kinds of interior and exterior doors, including antique wood panel doors, oversized doors, modern doors, French doors, bifold doors, louvered, security doors, storm doors, and screen doors.
Sale does not include surplus doors or doors in frames.
Look for individual cabinets, cabinet doors, and drawers with price tags of $15 or less. This month, they’re free while supplies last!
Please note: Monthly sales do NOT include select specialty items, items from our consignment vendors, or items sold online. Items with missing or damaged price tags will not be sold. Monthly sales may not be combined with other sales or promotions.
If none of your doors are hanging off their hinges but you still want an excuse to come in and shop for your next home improvement project, check out some of these crafty upcycling ideas, and give new purpose to an out-of-work door!
Community Forklift aims to turn the construction waste stream into a resource stream for communities in the DC region – by diverting landfill waste, preserving historical materials, providing low-cost building supplies, and creating green jobs. Every dollar you spend in our warehouse helps us lift up local communities through reuse.
City Paper readers have awarded us a “Best of DC” title every year since 2010! And every year, it means valuable free publicity for our nonprofit program. As more homeowners & contractors learn about us, more of them will donate, more materials will be kept out of the landfill, more folks can afford repairs, we’ll be able to create more green jobs, and you’ll find even more amazing stuff here in the store!
Please note: Contest rules have changed slightly this year. You can vote only once, and you’ll need to log in through a Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn account.