Launch of Australia's newest online marketplace to buy and sell new and used building, renovating and DIY with auction, classifieds and buy now options.

A new industry targeted website focusing on building, renovating and DIY has arrived.  is where companies or individuals can sell or buy, new or used building products online founded by Anthony Downing and Cassandra King.

Anthony has many years experience in the building industry, and wanted to develop a solution for users to purchase or sell unwanted building materials that is easy and cost effective.

"Our aim is to provide an online solution for private users and businesses to buy and sell products directly targeted at the building, renovating and DIY industry. In order to achieve this was created and we have worked hard at making the experience as user friendly,  practical  and enjoyable as possible."  Anthony Downing said.

"Unlike other websites where you will pay fees to list an item or a commission when you sell it, is 100% completely free".

" has several options available to the seller with auction, buy now and classified ads also hosting great website functions including youtube supported listings, bulk upload and auto relist".

We are proudly Australian owned and operated.

"We believe is a great option for business's as a cost effective solution to sell your products, grow market share and increase your sales volume by reaching a larger and wider audience.  Why limit yourself to your local area when only selling from a shop premises. When selling on your market potentially increases to all of Australia."

Building, demolishing, renovating. Wouldn't it be nice to have one website to search and compare all different products, or find items that you can no longer buy, then order or bid for them online.  Make money instead of paying to dispose of unwanted items. is your answer.

"Support the environment and help make a difference, instead of sending your unwanted items to landfill, which costs you money, sell them on and put the money back in your pocket. Remember one persons trash is another persons treasure."