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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ruthie Mundell
"We're kind of like a thrift store, except that we have home improvement supplies," Ms. Mundell says. "Anything you might find at Home Depot, we're likely to have. It's a really nice way of reducing the cost of a project."
"You might have a neighbor who has gotten rid of a granite countertop," Ms. Mundell says. "Buy that, and it's a lot less energy than shipping granite from overseas."