RemnantSwap – buy and sell remnants

RemnantSwap – buy and sell remnants

Thanks to the early RemnantSwap users who’ve already listed thousands of remnants! We’ve made updates based on your feedback, and we’re excited for more people to get connected.

What is RemnantSwap?

RemnantSwap is a place to buy and sell remnants with fabricators near you. It’s totally free because we think the paid stone broker business is broken.

How does it work?

To buy remnants: just go to and search for a color of granite, quartz, or solid surface countertop material.
To sell: sign up with just your email and a way to reach you, then post your remnants.

Here’s a 2-minute video that shows how to list your remnants..

Some frequently asked questions

Q: Can I list Silestone, Corian…or any other quartz or solid surface product?
A: Yes. If it’s a countertop material, go for it!

Q: Do I have to give my address if I want to sell?
A: No. But if you want someone to buy, they need a way to reach you.

Q: Do I need to enter pricing info?
A: No. You can if you want, though.

If you haven’t already, we hope you post your remnants, too!

12 thoughts on “RemnantSwap – buy and sell remnants

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  3. Ken Leitch

    I hope more fabricators get on board with Remnant Swap. I check it out every time I need a small piece of material for a small project, back splash, or fill-in. If you are already using Moraware, it’s even easier with the export feature.

  4. Ed

    in need of two pieces of Hanex 024 light green solid surface
    1) 42″ x 30″ and 1) 48″ x 30″
    these are a little large measurments so if a little smaller might work anyway.

  5. Jorge Villarreal

    I could buy several (or many) sink or range cut-outs of the same color to re-assemble in Mexico. I don’t mind the brand if it has no defects. I could also consider sheets or larger discontinued left overs you might have if the price is right!. Also old exhibition materials or even used counter tops with sinks. I have already bought a couple of lots of new discontinued sheets and sinks in Texas. And it is desirable that it is close to Laredo, Texas. May God bless you all, Jorge.

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