A popular way to salvage building supplies is to visit a local architectural salvage center. Local demolition contractors and historic preservation societies are also good resources for finding salvage material. More »

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Using salvage building materials benefits the environment and may lower the cost for the homeowner or construction business, notes Mother Earth News. Salvage building supplies range from wood to asphalt roof tiles. More »

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Used construction supplies available for purchase include appliances, cabinets, doors and flooring materials. Additional used construction supplies include lighting, cut lumber, plumbing and roofing materials. More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Home Maintenance Building Materials

Using salvage building materials benefits the environment and may lower the cost for the homeowner or construction business, notes Mother Earth News. Salvage building supplies range from wood to asphalt roof tiles. More »

www.reference.com Home & Garden Home Maintenance Building Materials

Wallpaper can be purchased at a number of different retail outlets, such as home improvement stores, big box stores and general building materials stores. Wallpaper is an ideal alternative for those who do not want to de... More »

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An 84 Lumber home kit includes a variety of different building materials, including exterior doors, drywall and windows. The exact material included depends on the type of kit purchased, as there are a few different home... More »

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Examples of recycled building materials include glass bottles, aluminum cans, tires, wood pallets, cardboard and scrap metal. Houses, houseboats and temples have also been built with airplanes, ships, silos and shipping ... More »