Architectural Salvage of Greensboro
Fri10:30 am - 6:00 pm
Sat9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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Architectural Salvage of Greensboro (ASG) was established in 1993 By Preservation Greensboro Incorporated (PGI). ASG is run by volunteers who actively participate in retail hours, salvaging opportunities and work sessions. The mission of ASG is: To support the Restoration, Rehabilitation, and Preservation of Historic Structures in the Greensboro area by rescuing historic, traditional, and significant architectural elements from endangered buildings. Proceeds from ASG sales support the mission of the restoration program: Providing financial assistance to encourage the faithful restoration and maintenance of the architectural heritage of Greensboro. Also open by appointment.
ASG contains fascinating merchandise including vintage claw foot tubs, old sinks, brass hardware, doors, windows, shutters, pressed metal ceilings, hardwood flooring, columns, stair railings, bath and sink hardware, chandeliers, and wall light fixtures recycled from historic homes and buildings throughout North Carolina's piedmont.
- Tom Garcia, also known as Mr. Fix-it, did his segment at our warehouse, 300 Bellemeade Street. He did a great job of highlighting some of our products and ways to use those items, if not for their original purpose, as a statement item in your home. If you missed it or would like to see it again, click here (WFMY News 2 | digtriad.com).
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