From Margaret Everton on March 18, 2011 in Tools and Tips
What do you do with those home improvement supplies collecting dust in your basement? Or where can you find items at reasonable prices from individual sellers in your area? The answer to both of these questions is one in the same: DiggersList.com.
DiggersList, a Craigslist-type site for home improvement projects, was previously only available in a few select cities, but now DIY enthusiasts all over the United States can reap the benefits.
Matt Knox, company CEO and co-founder explains, “We’ve received a flood of requests all over the country to open up new cities. So we have decided to fast-forward our plans and bring DiggersList to the entire country ahead of schedule.”
If you’re not familiar with the concept, DiggersList allows you to both sell and purchase a variety of items to cover all renovating, building, or decorating needs. You can find spare lumber, drywall, light fixtures, furniture, and power tools, just to name a few.
But the benefits don’t stop there. If you can’t sell your excess parts or tools on DiggersList, they will personally donate your items to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore. Once the items sell, all proceeds will help the Habitat for Humanity cause. And of course, you’ll have more room to spread out at home.
So, next time you’re looking for fabulous new lighting or need to get rid of that old dresser, head on over to DiggersList. It can make your home improvement project oh so much easier.