2359 Glencoe Street, Burlington, NC 27217 | email@example.com | 336-539-1933
What is an Architectural Salvage Store?
The first of its kind in Alamance County, Preservation Burlington created the architectural salvage store so we could save “house parts” from going into the trash and to give them new life. Old doors, windows, trim, window weights, flooring, mantels, door hardware, plumbing fixtures, period furniture, light fixtures... all of these items and so many more can be found at an architectural salvage store.
How do I donate items?
Donating items couldn’t be easier! If you can’t bring it to the store, we will come to you! We can even bring a volunteer crew by and “uninstall” the donated items from your home to ensure the items aren’t broken during removal.
Please contact us to make an appointment for these services.
Are donations tax deductible?
Preservation Burlington is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all donations qualify for a tax receipt.
When are you open?
As we gather items we will have announce open days. To be notified of each store opening, sign up to receive emails. We are also available by appointment any time you need us.
Visit our Facebook page for our upcoming events and open day schedule.
Where are you located?
The Salvage Shop is located in a WWII era Quonset Hut within the Historic Mill Village of Glencoe.
The Salvage Shop's address is 2359 Glencoe Street in Burlington, North Carolina, right next to the Haw River.