Our last Salvage Store Sale of the year will be: October 12, 9am-1pm (members only!); October 12, 1pm-5pm; October 13, 9am-5pm; October 14, 1pm-4pm. Not a member yet but still want first dibs? Join up when you arrive to get first dibs, a store discount, and early announcements on all upcoming sales, events, programs, and more!
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Preservation Rocky Mount opened a retail site in the fall of 2003 in an effort to preserve or provide architectural elements for those who are restoring properties or want to enhance newer properties, . The Architectural Salvage Store is located in Rocky Mount Mills Historic Mill Village, 910 Falls Road, Rocky Mount, NC.
Architectural Salvage of Rocky Mount (ASRM) is a project of Preservation Rocky Mount. The purpose is to save and promote reuse of materials from historic buildings when they are remodeled or demolished. Preservation Rocky Mount will store and sell salvaged materials to the public. Proceeds from the sale of salvaged materials are used towards operating expenses and preservation projects in the community.
ASRM is operated entirely by volunteers. Volunteers are needed for salvage operations and to staff the resale center.
ASRM accepts donations of materials, generally 50 years old or older, salvaged from demolition or renovation projects. Newer materials will be accepted if they have good resale value.
Donations of materials are tax deductible.
Pricing of salvaged materials will be completed by at least one Preservation Rocky Mount Board member with the assistance of regular PRM members.
A standard price list of architectural salvaged materials will be used as a general reference for pricing.
Preservation Rocky Mount members will receive a 10% discount.
910 Falls Road
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
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Preservation Rocky Mount discourages the demolition and dismantling of historic properties except in very limited and compelling circumstances. PRM has developed a salvage program to promote the re-use of historic architectural elements when it is no longer possible for them to be preserved and maintained in their original locations.