The Tommy Run Story


Via Hypepotamus

@Tommy Run

The housing market has been heating up as millennials reach the home buying age — there are  just over 1 million new homes built in the U.S. each year and that number is expected to increase to meet demand. During those construction jobs, contractors are managing future buyers, on-site workers, and materials.

For many, though, getting those materials can easily become a major project hold up when unexpected or additional items are needed, runners to head to the store are in short supply, and time is wasted. In fact, a housing project necessitates, on average, three visits to a home supply store per week, each of which may take a few hours.


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