Order On Site Is A Great Resource For Home Improvement Projects

ProductsCollageAre you putting off a do-it-yourself or building project because you can’t find quality materials or don’t have a way to get them home or to the job site from the big box stores? Well, now there’s a solution in Charleston. You can now shop for building and home improvement materials anytime at OrderOnSite.com. This lumber and building supply website allows you to order anytime, get the best pricing with free quotes plus free delivery the next day with no minimum purchase. Orderonsite.com shows real time pricing and competitive pricing from established local vendors for all of your home improvement and construction needs including lumber, millwork, siding, drywall, insulation, trims, fencing, hardware, moulding and much more.

TV Commercial courtesy: Bluwave Video Productions

TV Commercial courtesy: Bluwave Video Productions

“As a builder myself, I wanted an easier solution for creating estimates and placing orders,” said owner Jon Goldfarb. “Our pricing is highly competitive and will generally be lower than what you would pay at your local building supply company.”

It doesn’t matter whether you are a contractor or a do it yourselfer. It’s time to change the way you buy lumber and building materials. Orderonsite.com is convenient, local and offers a huge inventory with no minimum purchase. Save time, money, and get real time estimates anytime at Orderonsite.com today. It’s time to shop outside the box.

2 Responses to “Order On Site Is A Great Resource For Home Improvement Projects”

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