2015 – The Best Is Yet To Come!

Looking back at this past year, 2014 was our busiest and best to date! We are so grateful to all of our incredible customers. Because of your continued support, we are able to continue pursuing our passion of rescuing, restoring, and protecting architectural elements of historical significance. We are always thrilled to hear our customers comments and to share in their excitement as they browse our showroom and warehouse full of architectural antiques and salvaged items. We are encouraged by those of you who share our passion for restoring and repurposing salvaged architectural items, giving new life to so many pieces that are a part of our history. We are continually inspired by your creative ideas. As we enter a new year it is our continued goal to salvage what we can and to educate as many as possible on the importance and benefits of reusing and repurposing salvaged architectural items.

This past year we began a process of documenting our salvage projects. Before, during and after a project, we work to gather as much history as is available. The history is combined with pictures and blueprints and are made available to the public free of charge. This is our way of preserving the memory of historical structures for future generations. Please visit our Archives page online to view the documentation on two salvaged projects from this past year.

We excitedly look forward to 2015, as it is shaping up to be our biggest, busiest and best yet!! This month we will hit the road to begin work on what will be our largest salvage operation ever. We can’t wait to share this project with you! We encourage you to follow us on all our social media accounts so that you will be the first to see and hear about our latest project, as well as all of the other exciting events to come!

Here’s wishing you all a Very Happy, Prosperous, and Blessed New Year!

Happy New Year from the SA Team!

Happy New Year from the SA Team!

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