Peak Auctioneering | Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

As a form of deposit. To secure the line of credit we have provided for purchases.

It requires a $2,000.00 deposit or a passport.

You may sign up for the mailing list during registration at the auction or online at: http://peakauction.cusauctions.com/?auction=PEAK2015.

Materials are provided by local and national manufactures, importers, and wholesalers.

The auction will run until all material is sold.

The order of the sale will be announced in the open statement of the aucitoneer at 9:00am.

Typically, the outside lumber yard is sold at 10:00am (times may vary).

No, we only allow bids during the auction in-person.

To cover the operating expense of the auction.

A “Buyer’s Premium” will be added to the final bid on each item to become part of the purchase price. The “Buyer’s Premium” is that portion of the commission which is being paid by the Buyer. A 13% Buyer’s Premium will be charged on all sales paid for with credit card, debit card or split payments (IE: cash + credit card). Premium will be discounted 3% (10% Premium) for invoices PAID IN FULL with cash.

Sales tax is required by your state and local county.

No, only fork lifts. It is your responsibilty to load out your material.
Suggestion: We reccomend to bring additional people, a hand truck, and shrink wrap to may load go as smoothly as possible.

The forklift agent is located at the side of the overhead door(s) in most auction facilities.

On Saturday, the doors to the facility will be open for load out for two hours after the last item is sold.

Sunday pick-up is from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Once an item is sold to you it becomes your property and your responsibility. We have security at the door(s) to help you secure your materials.
Peak Security is not responsible for theft or missing materials.
Suggestion: Bring additional help to watch your material.