November 24–26

Turn your Black Friday GREEN or visit our reuse warehouse on Small Business Saturday. This holiday weekend, save 25% storewide at the reuse warehouse and online in the Community Forklift Marketplace! The discount includes modern & vintage furniture, architectural salvage, tile, appliances, kitchen cabinets, lighting, granite counters, tools, hardware, doors, windows, flooring, bathroom fixtures, items in our courtyard, and more. Visit our reuse warehouse or shop online in our Community Forklift Marketplace to take advantage of the discount!

Thanksgiving Week Hours
Wednesday, November 22: 12–3pm
Thursday, November 23: CLOSED. Happy Thanksgiving!
Friday, November 24: 12–5pm
Saturday & Sunday, November 25 & 26: 10am–5pm


Our 40,000 sq. ft. self-serve reuse warehouse carries building materials from every era, as well as modern and vintage tools, hardware, lumber, appliances, furniture, lighting, and more. Materials come and go every day, so visit any day of the week to see what’s currently available! Our reuse warehouse hours are Monday – Friday, 12–5pm, and Saturday & Sunday, 10am–5pm.


Can’t make it to the reuse warehouse in person? We list a selection of those materials online in our Community Forklift Marketplace! Review item photos, dimensions, and information, and purchase items from home or on the go. The storewide discount begins on our Marketplace at 12pm on Friday, November 24, and ends at 11:55pm on Sunday, November 26. Pick up purchases in-store within five days.

Please note: discount does not include lumber, bricks, and masonry; select specialty items; items listed in our eBay store; or items from our consignment partners such as Treincarncation live edge lumber and Amazon Select Paint. Items with missing or damaged price tags will not be sold. Discount may not be combined with other offers.

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.