Church salvage division created
Barnegat, NJ— With doors
of churches and synagogues closing for good across the nation
due to enormous debt and renovation expenses, Recycling The Past,
one of the largest architectural salvage retailers in the U.S.,
has recently incorporated a new Church Salvage Division.
Recycling The Past’s new
church salvage division will rescue antique stained glass, gothic
doors, statuary, fountains, columns and other rare architectural
elements from churches and synagogues slated for demolition.
Some of the Recycling The Past’s
most unique and interesting church salvages include stained glass,
ornate rounded doors, banisters and hand-cut stone from an 1840’s
church in Pennsylvania, marble columns from a London church and
a 15 foot tall, 5 foot wide steeple from a Maryland church.