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Point, Click, and Cut Remodel Bills.
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DiggersList is disrupting the $300 Billion Home Improvement Pie
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New Site to Buy and Sell Remodeling Supplies
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"This is a site that can play a vital role in all kind of renovation projects."
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"They pitched Spirit their idea, and we liked it."
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DiggersList makes ReadyMade's "Top of the list".
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"Selling and Buying Leftover DIY Project Supplies Just Got Easier"
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"DiggersList is a website that's like eBay and Freecycle combined. But it focuses exclusively on home improvement. DiggersList allows you to sell or give away everything related to your home, whether it's a box of extra light switches, or your old stove."
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"Move over, Craig! Make way for DiggersList.com"
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"If you can shop all over the country for cars and apartments, why not for used carpeting, tiles, and other stuff that can slice the price of a home remodel? "
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"Our favorite online destination to buy, sell and donate home improvement supplies is now accessible to DIYers anywhere in the country. "
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"DiggersList, the discounted home improvement supply marketplace (think of a DIY-centric Craigslist where hot, hawk-able items include vintage Kenmore stoves, overstock garden hoses, and sewage ejector pumps)"
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"Here’s a place to seek out treasures in others’ trash..."

"Functioning like Craigslist-meets-American Pickers, this website for home improvement classified ads lets you hunt treasures without leaving home."

"Got stuff that's collecting dust? Turn a cluttered corner of your garage into a fistfull of cash by posting your home improvement item for sale. Or, if you're a do-it-yourselfer, find just the right item to complete your décor at a fraction of the price. "
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"It’s Like Craigslist for Home Improvement..."
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"DIY home renovators can rest assured they're getting a deal they can feel good about."
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"Remodeling a home doesn't mean you need to take a trip to the junkyard to get rid of everything including the kitchen sink. DiggersList.com enables you to post everything from ceramic sinks, toilets, lamps, furniture items like dining sets, office chairs, tables and sofas, and even cans of paint."
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DIYers around the country can buy and sell supplies left over from home improvement projects. Sure beats having a bunch of extra laminate flooring sitting in your basement for years!
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"I love this site, I found a bunch of home improvement items significantly discounted!"
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"DiggersList is the Craigslist of home improvement, offering home owners and contractors a way to buy, sell, donate, or trade their construction leftovers and salvaged materials."
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6-13 minutes is the average # of minutes a drill is used in it's lifetime. If yours did more hanging out than hanging up in 2010, unload it on DiggersList.com.
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Great deals are available on a new website called Diggerslist.com, where people sell left over building materials. Check to see if your city has any listings.
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"This is a genius idea!"
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That’s the thing I love about the internet ~ there is always an innovative new site popping up that’s oh-so-helpful to folks like you and me.
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Tricks or treats can be created right at home with these delightful DIY projects for you and your little ghosts and goblins.
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Thankfully, a link on DiggersList.com gave me a way to donate these appliances along with a countertop and some shelves to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore.
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Since it's limited to home building and remodeling materials, the wheat and chaff are pre-separated for you. No wallowing in Craigslist's multitude of items just to find a cheap paint sprayer.
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Halloween is on its way and author Leah Ingram has frugal Halloween ideas that won't break the bank!
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eBay brought a world of items to our computers for us to purchase. Craigslist, like eBay, has millions of items listed for sale, but the items are closer to home – actually within your home area. Now there’s a more specialized web site growing across the States – Diggerslist.com.
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DiggersList is a free site that brings DIY-ers, contractors, and suppliers together in one place to buy, sell or donate new and used home items.
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Way Cool Money Saving Tip for the DIY Set: If you're looking for building materials or anything (seriously anything!) home related for that matter, check out one of my top spots I hit first, diggerslist.com.
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Designed for the contractor and DIYer alike, DiggersList catalogs local building materials, tools and hardware, home and garden materials—everything from refrigerators to sprinkler systems—and professional services for when you want to hire out the work.
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It's nice to have other options for when Craigslist doesn't have exactly what you're after. Meet Diggerslist.
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The website, called DiggersList, offers contractors and homeowners a place to sell and buy excess materials. The site is set up in 31 cities, including Columbia and now Charleston.
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DiggersList.com helps Habitat ReStores expand their marketplace for gently used building materials and ease the donation process.
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DiggersList is essentially the Craigslist of the home improvement industry, minus the ads seeking roommates, romance or lost pets.
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Homeowners are more willing to get their hands dirty with home-improvement projects these days in order to save money. But the DIY route may not always be the safest or cheapest.
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Homeowners are more willing to get their hands dirty with home-improvement projects these days in order to save money. But the DIY route may not always be the safest or cheapest.
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The diggerslist.com Web site acts essentially as an online marketplace but deals with recycled building materials and anything related to the building trade.
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Builders and remodelers have always grappled with the problem of perfectly good materials that are either unwanted or unsuitable for particular jobs. Now, says Matt Knox, there are both lots of places to put them and a motivation to get them there.
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When Matt Knox was selling insurance to contractors, he kept hearing many of them say they were frustrated by leftover building materials they had to store or somehow dispose of.
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The California-based Web company DiggersList.com emerged in the past two years, finding a market for tools, building materials and related services. It plans to bring its services to Wilmington and seven other North Carolina cities. It already is operating in the Triangle.
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Matt Knox, CEO of the free constructions classifieds site DiggersList.com provides us with easy and cheap fixes for disaster-preparedness.
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'Deconstruction' is a growing trend in the construction industry that builders and home owners either know about or soon will; many cities are either mandating and (or) rewarding it.
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Quieter Holiday Period Offers Firms a Chance to Reflect and Determine What Strategies Are Likely to Be More Successful
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At the end of a construction project, most home builders are stuck with unused building materials and products, some of which can't be carried over to the next job. Selling excess materials to those who need them is undoubtedly a better solution than storing them indefinitely or dumping them and contributing to the growing waste stream.
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We've all searched Craigslist and Freecycle for roofing, flooring and other home renovation scraps. Sometimes we hit the jackpot and sometimes we get sidetracked and buy a new TV instead. Whoops. So we were really psyched to hear about Diggerslist.com, dedicated to buying and selling excess from construction sites.
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DiggersList is a brand new Web site focused around construction and home improvement projects. It's something of a Craigslist, but with a narrower focus.
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Want to get rid of surplus materials? Advertise your services? Sell that bag of hammers or an excavator? Post photos of your projects? Most folks go to the internet. Online classifieds have been taking over for the traditional print version for some time now.
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The new site www.DiggersList.com is set up as a free classified service that lists used and leftover building material products posted by users by market. It definitely takes the Craigslist formula and runs with it.
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What to do with the extra 180 Ming Green marble tiles you didn't use in last year's bathroom remodel? Recycle, reuse, and make a little extra cash. Diggers List Construction Classifieds offers a green solution for those of us who overspend at the home center.
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