Byggmax opened new store in Mariestad

Byggmax opened a new store in Mariestad this morning. Byggmax continues to grow and now operates a total of 73 stores in Sweden. The new store is located at Industrigatan.

Byggmax sells construction materials such as lumber, flooring, dry-wall, cement, windows, doors and paint to both professionals and DIY-customers. The Byggmax concept offers good quality products at low prices.

Byggmax is also the construction material retailer that swedes deem has the lowest prices. According to Mediekompaniet’s annual brand survey “MK Rapporten”, conducted in June 2014, 59 % of the swedes states that Byggmax has the lowest prices. The closest competitor only reached 30 %.

For more information please contact:
Magnus Agervald, CEO Byggmax, mobile: +46 761-19 00 20, e-mail:
Daniel Svensk, Region manager, mobile: +46 761-19 01 03, e-mail:

The home improvement discounter chain Byggmax was launched in 1993 and currently has 113 stores on three markets. 73 stores are located in Sweden, 27 in Norway and 13 in Finland. Net sales was approximately MSEK 3,500 in 2014 and expansion is continuously strong. Byggmax’s business concept is to be the best and most inexpensive alternative for consumers in need of high-quality construction materials. Byggmax has drive-in systems at all stores, enabling customers to load their products into their vehicles directly. This makes life easy and efficient for customers, particularly when buying heavy construction materials.

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About Us

Byggmax offers building supplies and DIY products of the highest quality at the best price. No matter the budget or experience, we give our customers confidence and the know-how, to follow their dream project. Everyone has the right to a fantastic home! With over 160 stores in Sweden, Norway and Finland and a popular online store, Byggmax is one of Scandinavia’s leading chain stores for building and DIY supplies. The Byggmax Group’s annual turnover was 5.2 billion SEK in 2019 and is listed on Nasdaq since 2010.


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