What is Surplus?
What 'Surplus' Means Regarding Surplus Building Materials
To find great deals, we often seek to purchase B grade flooring. B grade is basically a mix of "good" and "imperfect" tile, and all discount stores are selling B grade, whether they mention it or not. We like to be up front about it so everyone wins! It is usually thought of as 70-80% "usable" tiles per package/box, and possibly not the exact color match to sell as A grade. With the right contractor, B grade is perfectly usable and can save you tons of money (i.e. $5.99/sq ft to $1.99/sq ft). Good contractors know to use chipped or discolored tiles in the closets and cut broken ones to use at the edges/under cabinets, etc. With a contractor who is not experienced with it, frustration may arise. Be sure to inform your contractor before purchasing the tile. We typically sell out of popular tiles with our loyal customer base seeking B grade for the incredible price difference--so we are not worried if it is not a good fit for everyone.
We sell non-surplus, in-stock merchandise at a discount, too!
Actually, over 70% of our merchandise is regularly re-stocked at these surplus-like low prices. How? We have direct relationships with manufacturers, and our showroom is a comfortably temperate, well laid-out warehouse with several highly-trained sales staff members to assist you, so our prices stay wonderfully low.
So basically, we are able to offer huge discounts by importing, direct manufacturer relationships, buying in bulk, overstock and closeout products. Our focus is on great product selection and low prices.
Have questions? Call us at 972-241-4444 and stretch your remodel budget with our deep discounts.