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Building demolitions, architectural transformations, upgrades, and design trends account for the constant fluidity of used building materials. Surrey New & Used Building Materials (S.N.U.) is a two-acre architectural salvage yard that rescues materials from a landfill fate.

The team buys goods from demolished or extensively renovated buildings, and then passes those savings onto their customers."We also purchase factory discontinued, old stock and manufacturer's surplus goods," says general manager Wade Schmirler, who's been with the company since 1991.

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    denisP
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    good guys

    repeat customer for over 15 years. fair pricing and no surprises. they even offer a returns/refunds policy (not many business that deal in used items will do that). huge yard to search through, allow some time to take it all in!

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    Jay G
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    HORRIBLE customer...

    HORRIBLE customer service. Avoid!

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    4 novembre 2014

    We work hard to try and provide our customer with friendly and knowledgeable customer service.in order to insure this continues, and to learn where we can improve, I would like to hear about your experience please contact Wade at the above number.

    midlandman
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    What a treasure trove!

    This is a good place to find that 'thing' you are looking for to put in your reno or even new house. A real treasure trove that needs careful scrutiny because many treasures are not obvious, but they are there. A good place.

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