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2359 Glencoe Street

Burlington, NC 27217


Upcoming Sales Events:
Open the first Saturday of each month, and by appointment!

Alamance County's Premier
Architectural Salvage Store

The first of its kind in Alamance County, Preservation Burlington created The Salvage Shop to save “house parts” from going into the dumpster and to give them new life. Old doors, windows, trim, window weights, flooring, mantels, door hardware, plumbing fixtures, period furniture & light fixtures are just some of the items can be found at our architectural salvage store.

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. 

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*Preservation Burlington is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and all donations qualify for a tax receipt.


Our public sales events are the first  Saturday of each month. Private shopping appointments are also available upon request. Click here to sign up for exclusive sale event alerts and click here to RSVP to the next sale event!

Rolling our sleeves up, putting on work gloves, and getting a little dusty is our idea of a good time! Is it yours too? We'd love to have your help at the shop!


2359 Glencoe Street
Burlington, NC 27217

Right next to the Haw River in the Historic Mill Village of Glencoe.


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Join us for workshops, open houses and educational tours, and architectural salvage sale events. We can't wait for you to join our community!

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Dedication. Expertise. Passion.

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The Town of Company Shops

founded in 1859

A history rich in the railroad industry and textiles.

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We promote the preservation of historic structures by supporting property owners. 


We educate the public about what historic preservation is, why it matters, and how it can enrich the entire community. 


We advocate for preservation initiatives by encouraging projects that balance the need for development and growth with the desire to retain our historic resources.

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