Remodeling? Whether you’re building a new home, updating a kitchen, or replacing an old floor, do it yourself and save. When value’s a must, shop Builders Surplus!
Just ask Max T. Value about Builders Surplus. He knows budgets can be a main concern for today’s homeowners. As a result, Max is a value hound. He’s always searching for a great selection of first quality, close-outs, overstocks, and surplus building materials. Most of all, Max wants our customers to get the maximum value. So, when you’re ready to start your home improvement, shop Builders Surplus.
Get it at Builders Surplus for less… everyday!
- Prehung interior and exterior doors, plus an on-site door shop for custom sizes
- Kitchen cabinets, bath vanities, and granite countertops
- Decorative wood moulding, millwork, and hardwoods
- Hardwood, laminate, and tile flooring
- Replacement, new construction, architectural, and surplus windows
- Decking and siding; plus other seasonal and unique items
A little more about Builders Surplus: The first store was founded in 1991 in West Warwick, RI. Our second store set up shop in Jewett City, CT (2005). Then followed Central Falls, RI, opening the doors in 2008. And in 2012, Builders Surplus introduced a fourth store on Post Road in Warwick, RI (not far from TF Green Airport). And a new store will open in Lunenburg, MA, in the summer of 2017.
All locations are open to the public.
All stores are open Monday through Saturday. The Warwick store is open on Sunday from 10am to 4pm, but the remaining locations are closed on Sundays. In addition, Builders Surplus is closed on the following holidays: New Years Day, Easter, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas.
Follow Max and Builders Surplus on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Houzz, LinkedIn, and Google Plus for remodeling ideas and new inventory. (To follow, click through on the social media icons located on all our web pages.) And finally, we’re happy to note Builders Surplus was named “Best Building Supplies” in Rhode Island Monthly’s “Best of Rhode Island” (August 2009).