What We Do
That voodoo ... that we do ... so well!
The best part about our effort is that everyone benefits! Buyers, Sellers & Planet Earth!
We broker building materials out of houses before they get demolished or remodeled. We do this primarily by means of Home Salvage Auctions where we auction off doomed building materials to buyers who then incorporate them into their own projects.
Huge Savings for Buyers
Buyers at auction get fixtures and building materials for pennies on the dollar. Through our 1-day down and dirty salvage auctions house parts are re-purposed to new owners who incorporate them into their own homes. Items such as doors, appliances, kitchen cabinets, etc. are bid on, paid for, and removed before dark. The catch? The buyer bids on items while INTACT in the home. It is then the buyer's responsibility to remove his/her purchases and transport it off the premises. But hey, a little sweat equity goes a long way!
We have an active group of buyers/recyclers who are always on the hunt for used building materials and artifacts that would otherwise be left behind. Our buyers are a consolidated, well educated, group. They show up on auction day with cash, tools, and a dedication to renewing usable resources. Anyone can participate in a Murco Salvage Auction. All you have to do is show up on auction day to register and receive a bid card (free!) and then let the deals start flowin'!
Found Money for Property Owners/Sellers
Sellers make money from their soon to be demolished or renovated property through our services by cashing in on the materials in their house that would otherwise be hauled off as junk. As a seller/owner, you do nothing. Just show us the property once and if we determine that we have the clients for what's in your house, we'll handle every detail-- insurance, advertising, the whole bit-- at no cost to you. You get to sit back and collect proceeds from the sale of your former materials while simultaneously helping your fellow neighbors improve their own homes and taking some strain off your local landfill. It's doing the right thing and getting paid for it. Being green while making some green-- what's better than that?