Kitchen Cabinet Auction
If you haven’t purchased cabinets at a Peak Kitchen Cabinet Auction before, you are in for a real treat. Peak Auctioneering is the nation's largest auction firm dedicated exclusively to the building supply industry. For more than 30 years, we have specialized in auction marketing of building materials and home building products. The nation's leading manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers bring their surplus material to us.
We specialize in selling large quantities of doors, windows, lumber, trim and moldings, kitchen cabinets, vanities, flooring products, hardware, and all other building specialties. Our auctions typically focus on one type of item per sale. For example, a cabinet auction will focus on kitchen cabinets. At a cabinet auction, we never sell used cabinets. All our products are new and are manufactured by leaders in the industry.
Whether you are building a home or remodeling your home, attend a Peak Auctioneering cabinet auction. It’s a whole new world! Here are a few tips so you’ll know what to expect at your first cabinet auction:
- Payments may be made with VISA, MasterCard, American Express or Discover credit cards within 12 hours of notification of acceptance of your bid.
- A “Buyer’s Premium” will be added to the final bid on each item to become part of the purchase price and to be paid by the purchaser. A 13% Buyer’s Premium will be charged on all sales.
- A sales tax will be added when applicable personal property purchases. Dealers or exempt agencies must provide PEAK AUCTIONEERING with a copy of their State tax certificate when registering as a buyer at each auction attended.
- Come prepared to haul material. Kitchen cabinets very seldom fit into the trunk of automobiles. We recommend bringing help to watch your purchases as well as load material.
- During the cabinet auction, you may hand carry paid-for-materials out of the building to your vehicle. As a general rule, fork lifts will begin operating at noon on Saturday and 8:00am on Sunday. As our auctions are held on public property everything must be removed by noon following the last day of the auction.
- Building materials are big and heavy, have sharp edges, and with forklifts, trucks and trailers moving around, the auction IS NOT a safe place for small children.
Our auctions are sponsored by the country's building material trade associations, all federated members of the National Lumber and Building Material Dealers Association. For more information about upcoming kitchen cabinet auctions, visit our schedule page to find an auction in your area.