October 13- October 19, 2008
The BIG CJ
We thought we'd shake things up a bit this week and instead of showing you specific recent arrivals, we'd instead focus on a global perspective of Construction Junction showing you the broad categories of inventory we always have on hand as well as a few other things you can always expect to find.
This message is short and sweet, but hopefully provides you with a view of CJ that is both intriguing and informative. Please be sure to share our e-Blasts with friends and family who you think might enjoy receiving it. Folks can always sign up to receive our e-Blasts at http://www.constructionjunction.org/contact.
The CJ Buzz
Doors are a very popular item at CJ and we both receive and sell thousands and thousands of them every year. Here's a quick summary of how doors are typically priced in our store. And just so you know... we also always have lots of "non-typical" doors like oversized, pocket and French doors. These door cost more than the "typical" doors outlined below.
- Hollow core doors, without panels - $5
- Hollow core doors, with panels - $15
- Solid door slabs, without panels - $20
- Solid doors, with panels, painted - $20
- Solid doors, with panels, not painted - $35
- Entry door, half glass, non-insulated - $25
- Entry door, half glass, insulated - $35
- Steel doors - $25 to $50
- Steel doors, half glass - $35
- Steel doors, full glass - $50
- Cafe doors - $30 per set
- Bi-fold doors - $10
- Storm doors - $10
Recent Arrivals: One of a kind items
Recent Arrivals: Many of the same items
News & Events
Heinz Talks: Climate Change and Energy Policy - Advice to our Next PresidentOctober 20, 2008
What direction will the US energy policy take in the next four years?
Four leaders will give their perspectives on climate change and energy policy and the resulting impact on economic growth and technological innovation. The discussion will focus on bold and critical recommendations for our next president. Welcome and introduction by Teresa Heinz; moderated by Moira Gunn, host, NPR’s Tech Nation.
Does Construction Junction ever receive any items that you find it really hard to part with or decide not to sell?
Yeah we do... for example check out this item. Survival biscuits from 1962. Wonder if they're still edible? Although we had $25 on this item originally, we later decided not to sell it. It makes us laugh.
Cozmo’s Message of the Week
Reuse Rocks! (That's my secret message that will save you an extra 10% when you say it at the register throughout October.)