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Arlington Home Show And Garden Expo Returns

Arlington County’s Housing Division and the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization presented the seventh annual Arlington Home Show and Garden Expo on Saturday, March 9, at the Thomas Jefferson Community Center.

Arlington County staff members were on hand to answer questions and provide information about tenant/landlord law, home improvement, permits, zoning and related topics.

Local businesses offering remodeling, home improvements including kitchen and bathrooms, finishing or waterproofing basements, replacing windows, doors, flooring, roofing and siding, security systems displayed products and answered questions about their services.

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Aderyn Michelle from Community Forklift, a nonprofit thrift store for home improvements and architectural salvage located at 4671 Tanglewood Drive in Edmonston, Md., accepts many types of renovation leftovers, hardware, tools, lawn and garden items, home improvement supplies and building materials. The warehouse includes antique lighting fixtures, vintage décor, iron work, primitives, raw-edge hardwood planks, handcrafted granite products and reconditioned appliances. For more information visit www.communityforklift.com

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Kayla Mullins displays cabinet refacing options available at American Cabinet Refacers located in Fairfax Station. For more information visit www.americancabinetrefacers.com/

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Sam Ankerbrandt of Long Fence & Home displays a “Long Window” at the expo.

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Merrifield Garden Center landscape designer Risa Abraham answers questions about spring plantings. Abraham noted that by March 23, Merrifield will be overflowing with spring flowers and shrubs for the garden. For more information visit www.merrifieldgardencenter.com

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Sales representatves from Bath Guys set up a demonstration and provided information on bath remodeling at the show. For more information visit www.bathguys.com.