YOU CAN SELL YOUR SALVAGED BUILDING MATERIAL TO HELP OTHERS AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Have you considered selling your salvageable building material to someone else?
Every year thousands and thousands of dollars in salvageable building materials end up in the landfills when they could have had many years of use. Other valuable, high quality salvaged materials may sit in garages or store warehouses for years without being enjoyed, because the owners simply don’t know how to market what they have. For many homeowners and contractors, it seems like a waste, but they simply don’t know what else to do with their salvageable materials.
Recently Andrew Sabados launched a new website, http://www.salvagegiant.com that not only gives contractors, homeowners, and other professionals an outlet for selling reusable materials that are leftover from their renovation projects, but also provides buyers with a place to find unique salvaged building materials. The site has areas for beams, columns, windows, flooring, and more.
Interest in high quality salvaged building supplies is growing, as it allows homeowners to find unique materials, as well as more affordable options for their home projects. It is often possible to find unique, antique architectural components at a great deal through this path. Those who pursue this route are not only helping the environment by keeping quality materials out of the landfill but are also saving themselves some cash in many instances.
Individual consumers aren’t the only ones who can partake in this deal. Salvage building material stores exist all over the world. The owners of these stores can use the site to make connections to buyers who are located all over the Southeast. This helps them to better assist their clients and to improve their stock.
A growing number of new homeowners are seeking out ecologically friendly designs. Green builders are very interested in these materials, because they are being saved from the landfill. Those who work in the green development industry no longer have to scour the web, flea markets, and bid sites to find what they are looking for; they can now find it all in one place thanks to http://www.salvagegiant.com. This allows eco-friendly builders to offer their clients more variety, while staying true to their ethics.
Sabado’s website is primarily focused on trading and sales within the southeastern region of the US. For a limited time, there is a 30-day trial for classified postings on the site. During this time it is possible to post as many as 15 ads, entirely for free. For those who decide to sign up for regular services following the trial, the price is set at only $1.75 per month.
If you’d like more information on this site, contact Andrew Sabados at salvagegiant@