Kitchen cabinet sets, singles, and doors are 25% off this weekend!

Save 25% on kitchen cabinet sets, singles, and doors April 16 & 17!

Renovating your kitchen and need a great set of cabinets for less than retail price? Need some extra storage in your basement, garage, laundry room, or workshop? This Saturday and Sunday, April 16 & 17, take 25% off the prices on cabinet sets, single cabinets, and cabinet doors at the reuse warehouse! We offer 5 days of free storage to give you time to arrange for transportation, if needed.

Cabinet sets and single cabinets aren’t just for kitchens, though the kitchens that use salvaged cabinets are certainly beautiful! Visit our blog and check out some of the cabinet-related projects that creative people have completed using materials from Community Forklift’s reuse warehouse.

A small selection of our cabinet sets are listed on our Community Forklift Marketplace. Browse the listings for photos, measurements, and other cabinet set information. To see all available cabinets, visit our reuse warehouse in person! Our warehouse hours are Monday – Sunday, 12 – 5 pm. Please continue to wear a face mask that covers your mouth and nose while at Community Forklift. Thank you!


Community Forklift provides free home repair supplies and other essentials to households with limited resources through our Home Essentials Program. If you or someone you know needs kitchen cabinets or other supplies but will have difficulty paying for them, please take a look!


Please note: discount does not include bathroom cabinets, living room cabinets, work benches, tool stands, vintage hutches, select specialty items, items from our consignment partners, or items listed on eBay or Chairish. Items with missing or damaged price tags will not be sold. Discount may not be combined with other discounts or promotions.

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Every time you donate or shop at Community Forklift, you’re helping us lift up local communities through reuse.  We turn the construction waste stream into a resource stream for communities in the DC region – by keeping perfectly good items out of the landfill, preserving historical materials, providing low-cost building supplies, and creating local green jobs.