Retailer says it offers deep discounts on home improvement supplies.
More retail is coming to Arlington as Surplus Warehouse moves into Regency Park Shopping Center.
The Arkansas-based company intends to lease about 31,800 square feet of space next to the Bealls Outlet at 9400 Atlantic Blvd., a site plan shows.
Surplus Warehouse describes itself as a deep-discount home improvement supplier.
“Once you choose a store, you can view our on-line catalog and see what we have in stock at that location as well as neighboring stores,” says surplus-warehouse.com.
Surplus Warehouse’s tag line is “Build More. Spend Less.” It sells supplies and products for floors, kitchens, doors and windows.
Surplus Warehouse operates 54 stores in 12 states, according to its site. Its four Florida stores are in Apopka, Fort Walton, Panama City and Pensacola.
The retailer is part of E.C. Barton & Co. of Jonesboro, Arkansas.
A building-permit application shows Surplus Warehouse wants to make minor renovations to the Regency Park space at a cost of $20,000.
The landlord is Brixmor Property Group. Nudell Architects of Orlando is the architect.
The company says that 98 percent of its goods is first quality merchandise, such as overstocks, closeouts, factory surplus, discontinued projects or last year’s models bought directly from the manufacturer.
The company does not deliver. “With the money you save you could probably rent a truck,” it says.
It recently introduced a project design center for free estimates on plans for home improvement projects.
Regency Park’s anchors include Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, American Signature Furniture and Books-A-Million. TGI Fridays operates on an outparcel.