About Us

Bio of Billy Piranian (Contractor)

I first started working in the construction industry in 1985 working for a general contractor in Southern California building apartment units. After a few years my family and I started buying various parcels of land and putting up our own units and it was at that time that I started my own framing company. In the 90’s the real estate market in California went bust and my partner and I headed to Denver, Colorado. Our business continued to be successful and since then we have framed over 20 thousand units.

Continuously getting stuck with excess materials made me realize that there is a strong need for a secondary market and that’s how my business partner Sean and I came up with the idea for this website.

I hope all of you will take advantage of this platform and pass the word around to whoever might benefit from this site.


Bio of Sean Mobley ( Lumber Sales and Builder)

I have been involved in this industry since the late 80’s, working with a local builder developing homes, renovations, and custom projects. In the late 90’s , I started trading lumber for a large wholesaler out of Portland Oregon,  where I studied with some of the founders of today’s industry. I currently have 22 years in the industry and have first hand knowledge of the need for this site.  Together, with my partner and friend Billy and the technical expertise of Andre, we hope to meet a vital business need our industry has long desired.


Bio of Andre Rosinski (Web Designer)

I have been involved in the computer business for the past 32 years. In 1988 a business partner and I created a computer export company in California which was very successful for a number of years. My next business venture was a web design company which I started from scratch in the mountains of Evergreen, Colorado in the year 2000. My friend Billy approached me a few months ago with this great idea for a website for surplus construction materials and I was immediately sold. Although I work with many different companies and I do not necessarily specialize in the field of construction it sounded like a no-brainer to me.

Enjoy the site, we put a lot of effort into it to make it user friendly and please feel free to send us your suggestions if you feel that the site could benefit from any improvements.