Recycling the Past



 

Source: PR Works, (781) 582-1061, sdubin@prworkzone.com
Author: Steven Dubin
Posted: Tuesday, July 12, 2005


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Practices what he preaches – Architectural Salvage pioneer brings it on home.

 

DATELINE: BARNEGAT, NJ… Building new or remodeling your home?  Architectural salvage is becoming one of the most popular ways of obtaining very high quality material and product at extremely reasonable prices.  Not convinced?  Matt White, founder of    Recycling The Past, one of the largest architectural salvage retailers in the U.S., showcases a wealth of salvaged materials and unique finds at his two-acre remodeled showroom and home in Barnegat, NJ.

 

Old world charm in a whole new application

Practicing what he preaches, architecturally-speaking, White’s renovated much of the Recycling The Past showroom and his own home inside and out with salvaged materials and finds.  For example, his one-of-a kind kitchen counter is really Canadian Hard Rock Maple flooring salvaged from an actual train car of the early 1900’s.  Thick and solid

Recycling The Past - Architectural Salvage
381 North Main Street, Barnegat, NJ 08005
609.660.9790

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