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8 boxes of laminate

Pergo Accolade laminate American Beech 8 boxes at 8 planks per box @20.17 sq.ft per box Surface Texture All- Over Embossed Texture Edge Style Square […]

2 hours ago

10$ each

Cedar rails/fence posts

Cedar fence posts or rails 10$ each 10’ long

19 hours ago


Stoneware sink

Hand painted stoneware sink. Has overflow channel.

September 18, 2019

best reas offer

Windows(Alum Thermal)

Large selection of large aluminum thermopane windows. Aluminum frames all in great shape. Had to replace because of a renovation.

September 18, 2019


Composite Decking

Pile of mostly new 1″×6″ composite decking (plastic like boards) light brown in colour

September 18, 2019
Sold Door3

$30.00 each

Solid Cedar Doors

Solid Cedar Doors 1 – 1 3/8″ thick by 36 x 79 1/2 1 – 2″ thick by 29 1/2 x 80 1/2

September 18, 2019
Sold Door


Metal Screen Door – 36 x 80

Metal Screen door – 36″ x 80″

September 18, 2019
Sold Door2

$30.00 each

Solid Interior Doors

Solid Interior Doors 32″ x 80″

September 18, 2019
Sold BACB259F-A7BD-4C51-8FC0-81A14074B537


Glass Bricks / Blocks

Glass bricks/blocks removed from shower stall renovation (need to be cleaned up as can be seen in the pictures). Approximately 43 blocks – some end […]

September 18, 2019


10” Douglas Fir T&G Flooring 1000sq fee...

Unique 10” wide T&G and end matched T&G Cathedral cut, kiln dried Douglas Fir flooring for sale from Seven Ravens Ecoforest Relief grooved underside to […]

September 18, 2019
Sold DSCN2821


REDUCED! Floor Tiles New

320 pieces 12×24 new floor tiles 640 sq ft 350$

September 17, 2019


facing rock for house exterior

Approx 1650 sq ft of facing rock for your project including glue and filler material.Perfect for the home handy man.Very easy application. Lets make a […]

September 17, 2019

$200 OBO

Stone Sink

New, never installed river rock sink. Paid $275 after taxes. Selling $200 OBO

September 17, 2019


Window – 6×4

Older double pane window with side slider and screen. Slightly cloudy but good for garden, garage or play shed. 4’ x 6’ , aluminum in […]

September 17, 2019
Sale Pending 20190917_105958


56 x 12 x 1.5 inch 8pcs oak veneer with sol...

Could be used for stair tread or shelf or???? 8 pieces

September 17, 2019


Wood Closet Bifolds

New unused Closet Bifolds – 30″ x 80″, two pairs with only one having track & hardware

September 17, 2019

$0.75 each

4″x12″ white ceramic tile

160 pcs of 4″x 12″ white ceramic wall tile, glossy. In unopened boxes. Must take all.

September 17, 2019


Form ply, conduit, Fir planks etc

Finished build and have used once form ply, conduit, PVC, Fir planks, and lots of 2×4 spruce. Must take all, please email.

September 17, 2019


Local Cut Cedar

Mixed 4×4 and 1×8/1×10 perfect for a small fence job or deck posts etc. Make me an offer and take it all!

September 16, 2019



All removed from our house. Come take a look and make me an offer. Some very large sizes available, not shown in picture. Text or […]

September 16, 2019


Roofing panel

Require plastic or metal roofing panel, approx 8′ x 6′ would be great. My chicks needs some dry run outdoors and this would be appreciated.

September 16, 2019


Free Piece of black ABS pipe

Hello: I have a piece of black ABS pipe for free. It measures 6” diameter x 96”L (appox). If you are interested come and pick […]

September 16, 2019


roll of 15LB felt for roofing

About 350 feet roll of 15 pound non perforated felt for roofing. What you put under the shingles. Never used. Excellent shape.

September 15, 2019

15.00 all

doors doors

great old doors must go now

September 15, 2019
Sold IMG_3561



Wood door with glass panel, frame and hinges. Door size 36 x 78 inches.

September 15, 2019
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