RenoRun app launches in Boston

By Dominic Ellis
App aims to save contractors time and money by sourcing and delivering building supplies in less than four hours...

RenoRun, billed as the world's leading online construction materials supplier, has officially launched in Boston.  

Through a builder-friendly app, RenoRun aims to save contractors time and money by planning, sourcing and delivering building supplies in less than four hours.

Today, when builders run into unforeseen shortages they have to waste time and money sending an employee offsite to make urgent purchases, but RenoRun strives to keep workers on site by supplying materials. 

"RenoRun is a contractors' best friend," said Eamonn O'Rourke, CEO and founder of RenoRun. "We make sourcing and getting materials to a site easier than ever before. We think our solution will resonate strongly in the Boston market."

After spending more than 20 years in the construction industry in Ireland, Canada and the United States, O'Rourke saw the need for fast material delivery and founded RenoRun in 2017, operating in Toronto and Montreal.

The firm uses many different material suppliers to source any building materials, such as lumber, drywall, insulation, shingles, siding, hardware and doors. Click here to download the app.


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