Find reusable architectural salvage dealers who carry New England area antique building materials, vintage hardware, period mouldings, reclaimed lumber and other construction items that can be used in renovation projects, historic restorations and even new construction.
ADMAC Salvage - architectural antiques and recycled vintage building materials including house and barn parts, (barn doors, track and rail), stairway and porch posts, columns and rails, unique doors and windows, period hardware, pedestal sinks and other vintage plumbing fixtures and hardware, lighting fixtures, leaded glass stained glass elements, soapstone sinks and more! Located in the Tannery Marketplace building. Open Mon-Sat, 9am-5pm.
Architectural Salvage, Inc. - NH company buys, sells and trades salvage ranging from individual items to entire houses. Stocks mostly pre-1940's house and barn parts including beams, boards, plumbing, hardware, sinks, tubs, stair parts, mantels, beams, floors, doors, window and more. Shop is open Friday 12:00pm - 4:00pm,(often later), and Saturdays from 9:00am - 5:00pm,(and often later). Otherwise contact for appointments.
Architecturals & Antiques - Mason Brothers Architecturals & Antiques carries an extensive inventory of high quality architectural salvage artifacts including millwork, columns and newel posts, doors and windows, mantels and other fireplace related items, electrical and lighting fixtures, plumbing fixtures and hardware, pocket door hardware, stained glass windows and much more. Also actively purchasing signle items or salvage rights to entire buildings located throughout New England.
Associated Building Wreckers - "salvage yard" offers handpicked items removed prior to demolition. Salvage includes inventory of vintage hardware, electrical fixtures, hardware, plumbing, cast iron radiators, claw-foot tubs, bricks, pavers, blocks, vintage architectural pieces, ornamental sculptures, doors, windows, (including stained glass), and more.
Boston Building Resources - non-profit group operates used construction materials store which carries all types of donated building supplies, (new and used), including plumbing and electric fixtures and supplies, lumber, insulation products, windows, doors and whatever might be in inventory at the time. Group also offers hands-on home improvement classes and workshops.
Down & Back Wood Salvage - (ME) reclaimed boards, beams and other architectural salvaged items. Over 1000 items in inventory. Also makes custom furniture, mantels and other items from reclaimed lumber. Located near Portland, Maine.
Fifi's Salvage - buys and sells all types of Victorian woodwork and trim, antique lighting, slate roofing, tin ceiling, wainscoating, shutters, reclaimed pine flooring and other vintage and antique building materials and architectural elements. Located on Rt. 3, (off I-95).
Green Mountain Timber Frames - specializing in historic properties, barn restoration, reclaimed wood, post and beam and timber frame homes. Incorporated in 1983, Green Mountain Timber Frames has 30 years of experience locating and restoring hand hewn post and beam structures, which become custom designed timber frame homes.
Irreplaceable Artifacts - unique inventory of salvaged architectural elements including fireplace, mantels and over-mantel pieces, pedestals, stained glass work, capitals and columns, ornamental iron work, decorative metal ceiling tiles and much more. See online inventory or visit store.
Longleaf Lumber - New England antique and reclaimed lumber company, milling fine reclaimed wood salvaged from historic industrial and agricultural buildings. Produces reclaimed wood flooring, paneling, counter and tabletops, stair treads, resawn beams, moldings, mantels, and roughsawn lumber. Salvages barn board and hand-hewn beams for use in commercial and residential applications.
Monterey Masonry LLC - sells antique stone and architectural masonry items including blocks, lintels, steps, column bases, coping, pilaster caps, "huge slabs" including reclaimed vintage limestone sidewalks. Materials include granite, marble, limestone, brownstone, bluestone, fieldstone and other reclaimed vintage stone items. Source for historical restorations, builders, landscape / garden designers, stone masons, chimney and fireplace builders and restorers, and other types of contractors and property owners.
New England Demolition & Salvage - 10,000 sq.ft. showroom and warehouse of reclaimed, vintage period and antique building materials, restoration hardware and other types of architectural salvage including millwork, columns, newell posts and other stairway parts, entry doors, heat and vent grilles, bathroom fixtures and hardware including extensive selection of clawfoot tubs and pedestal sinks, fireplace mantles, cast iron radiators, stained glass windows and other classic New England salvaged building materials. Open Thurs-Mon, 9am-5pm, (closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays)
New England Salvage - specializes in antique soapstone and slate sinks, offers on-site restoration services. Carries large selection of architectural salvage, vintage lighting, old iron work, as well as period furniture and vintage home furnishings. Visit online store or contact for sink restoration service.
Nor'east Architectural Antiques - carries and extensive inventory of architectural salvage and antique building materials reclaimed from 1700-1940 period buildings. (Located on Rt. 150 on the MA/NH border, near Rt. 95 and Rt. 495, a one drive from Boston, MA).
Portland Architectural Salvage - browse through 4 floors of reclaimed architectural pieces, vintage and period re-useable building materials, plumbing and lighting fixtures, decorative antique and designer quality period building materials. Open Mon-Sat, 10am-5pm
ReNew Building Materials & Salvage, Inc. - *** CLOSED (2013) ***
T.S. Mann Lumber Company - reclaimed and recycled boards, beams, architectural antiques and salvaged building materials.
Urban Miners LLC - company performs building "deconstruction" and sells salvaged materials including doors and windows, timbers, sheathing, vintage beadboard and wainscoating, brick, stone and marble pieces, landscape elements, mantels, radiators, grilles and vents, lighting fixtures, hardware, flooring, ceiling tiles and other reusable building materials.