Stores that offer surplus building supplies include Dirt Cheap Building Supplies, Habitat for Humanity's ReStore and Shop Demo Depot. Dirt Cheap Building supplies offers customers between 40 and 90 percent off on many different types of surplus building supplies including porcelain tile, stone flooring and linoleum.
The company purchases surplus building material from companies with unpaid orders, canceled developments, salvage claims, closeouts, overstocks and other excess material, and then sells it back to customers through its Mississippi and Florida locations. ILoveDirtCheapBuildingSupplies.com provides a What's In Stores search feature so that customers can browse through the building surplus material available at a given Dirt Cheap Building Supplies store before visiting the location.
The Habit for Humanity program's ReStore social enterprise sells donated surplus building materials, furniture, appliances and hardware. Habit for Humanity uses the profits from ReStore to support its various housing programs. The ReStores are open to the general public. The store offers free pickup options for customers, business and companies that are trying to get rid of surplus building materials.
Shop Demo Depot's service area is southwestern Pennsylvania. The surplus building material available through Shop Demo Depot includes ceiling tile, redwood planks, PVC pipe, cement blocks and terra cotta roofing tile.