Online Building Supplies Startup Goes Nationwide

SupplyHog.com Grows, Starts Delivering Building Materials Across United States

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

SupplyHog.com, an Internet startup focused on creating new ways to buy building materials, announced nationwide status for 90 percent of its product catalog.  

For the past year, SupplyHog has been building relationships with vendors all across the country, and creating ways to handle pricing in the industry. After refining shipping and delivery processes within select markets, lumber, windows, shutters, roofing, vinyl siding, drywall, and more can now be purchased online 24/7 and delivered almost anywhere in the United States, officials said.

SupplyHog.com is a site dedicated to individuals building and renovating homes. In an industry where fax machines and endless negotiations are an everyday thing, SupplyHog focuses on using technology to save their customers time, allowing them to get back to the job and giving them more time to do what they love.  


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