Olde New England Salvage Co. specializes in the salvaging building parts from the 17th through the mid-19th centuries. Their inventory includes complete buildings, antique stone, hand hewn beams, original surface flooring, hardware, glass and bricks. The firm also offers general contracting to install the materials. Recent work includes the construction/reproduction of a Colonial Cape in Lebanon, CT using historic interior components and exterior details from the 18th century. The firm was also involved with the Brunn Barn which was moved to the Woodstock Fairgrounds and won a preservation award from the Connecticut Trust.
The firm also has a large selection of New England Stone, steps, posts and more.
1. Dr. Beaumont House, Lebanon- c.1785
Move of structure from D.A.R. property to Lebanon Historical Society property
2. Whittlesey House, Salem- c. 1690
Adaptive re-use and development of historical society house to a museum environment. Design, consult and contracted work.