Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Salvage Corner for November 2008

Over the years, we have saved so much good stuff from renovations that our own garage is being used as a warehouse of salvage items. We decided to feature a salvage corner section on our blog, to sell some of these items to local homeowners who could use these for their own restoration projects.

If anything here interests you, please send your contact information and item interested in to info@goodhomeconstruction.com. Local buyers only - who can pick up the items, as we cannot arrange for shipping and delivery.

1920's White Wall-Mounted Corner Sink - This was pulled from one of the units in a 1920's Craftsman triplex. Good condition for its age, no chips or cracks. It needs a deep scrubbing, with something like CLR, to get the crud and rust off. The faucet may be the original, although at the time of demolition, the faucet was not working properly. $75


1920's White Pedestal Sink
- This was left in the garage of one of the units in a 1925 California Bungalow duplex. The previous owner had pulled it out and replaced it with a modern 2000's pedestal sink. Good condition for its age, no cracks. There is one or two small chips in the porcelain that could be fixed with Porc-a-Fix enamel. It needs a deep scrubbing, with something like CLR, to get the rust off. $150


1929 Fireplace Radiator - This was pulled from a faux fireplace in a 1929 Spanish Revival bungalow. At the time of demolition, the radiator was not tested to see if it was in working condition or not. Very charming and would fit perfectly in bungalows with faux fireplaces. $100


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