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One Man’s Trash

  • July 27, 2011


    Each of us has sought out that one piece of inspirational décor…the single, promiscuous treasure that causes us to squirm restlessly in standby mode until the void is filled.  Some find it in the sexy composure of mid-century modern furniture, and some find it in a set of fine-crafted Victorian doors with matching french-cut windows. Maybe you can’t help but satisfy the emptiness by acquiring a one of a kind piece of art. The beauty of the matter lies in the fact that, whatever your materialistic fetish might entail, there is a place in our own backyard that can fulfill most requests.

    George’s Architectural Salvage has been reclaiming and recycling old building materials since 1984. For over 25 years, George has committed himself to the community and our many varied requests.  Not only do George and his staff continue to deliver time and time again, but they take pleasure in doing so. If they can’t help you with your request immediately, George will put you on the Wish List and remind you that, with a little patience, most things can be found.

    Go see George and company; they’ve been making “one man’s trash, another man’s treasure” for over a quarter of a century.

    George’s Architectural Salvage | 470 E 900 S | 801.539.1140




    1. Chris Gleason
      Friday, July 29, 2011 2:06 am

      Awesome photos of a great place. I was there just 2 weeks ago.

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