Searching for Architectural Salvage/Vintage items to purchase or trade for, for a Project or Building restoration?
We have one of the largest collections in the United States of antique windows, doors, trim, hardware, and vintage materials for building houses. Thousands of doors and windows dating back into the mid 1800’s that is ready to build new houses with that will last for another hundred years.
Long Leaf Pine, Pecky Cypress, virgin Loblolly Pines, antique Oak trim, Butternut doors, and so much more, for sale to the public as well as being used to create our Tiny Texas Houses. Some is too big to go into my tiny houses so the 8-10′ doors, giant windows, and other great stuff needs some homes too… some please come buy some and take it to big homes to use too.
Stacks and stacks of doors with glass, mirrors, and in a myriad of woods, from Oak, maple, pines, and more.
From Indianola Texas where they packed up the town and moved it after 3 direct hurricane hit in 10 years from 1900 to 1910. No more since then.
Nearly all the types of windows you can imagine, and lots of the diamond window sashes too.
Gothic wardrobe piece for the many adornments of the priests in the drawers below. Excellent for in an office with architectural drawings or artword as the deep wide drawers will hold large drawings and such without folding them.
Door of the most unusual sorts.
Here is an in tact stair well with 40″ wide steps, the entire railing, and the balusters too.
Incredible 1″ thick double sided, double beaded, Long Leaf Pine tongue and groove up to 17′ long. Not easy to find. $10 per square foot at under 10′ sizes. I use this for the bathroom wall by itself so as to add 4 cubic inches for every square inch of wall to the interior of the bathroom. That is the same amount of space in the biggest refrigerator you can buy, then usable as shelves in the bathroom instead of a hollow wall of sheetrock (yuck). $8 per sf (reg. $12)
4′ cast iron tub which is a good size for tiny houses where you have babies to wash.
More of the cast iron fireplace fronts.
Flooring, siding, 1×12, and much more in big quantities.
60+ matched doors with Schlage hardware on them in perfect condition. $75-$100 each.
Stair railing for outside in cast iron. About 15′ long. one piece left.
Another shot of the pre 1900 Long Leaf Pine doors.
Exterior doors from the 1980’s that are in great shape. Several sets. $500-$1000 for some great door sets.
These were used on the Vesper Casa and are very rare indeed.
If you have questions, need help with something you are looking for, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 830-875-2500. Thanks for your interest. Much more in stock then we will ever be able to show in pictures.
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