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How can you buy salvage windows?

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As of 2015, salvage windows are available for a range of prices at OldHouseParts.com, RecyclingthePast.com and ColumbusArchitecturalSalvage.com. The Old House Parts Company, located in Kennebunk, Maine, features antique salvage windows from 1730 to 1930. Based in Barnegat, New Jersey, Recycling the Past serves a wide range of customers with an inventory including stained glass and steel frame factory windows. Ohio-based Columbus Architectural Salvage's selection includes large and small divided light windows in various shapes.

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Located in an 1872 freight warehouse, the Old House Parts Company is open seven days a week and assists with interior and exterior restoration and design projects. Contact the company by local phone, fax or its toll-free number. Columbus Architectural Salvage is open Tuesday through Saturday and accepts online and phone orders. The company provides shipping quotes from a professional shipping and moving company within four days for items that need special handling.

Family-owned and operated, Recycling the Past's store is open Tuesday through Sunday and by appointment. The company accepts email and phone orders seven days a week. In addition to shipping charges, Recycling the Past may charge a packaging fee for glass items such as stained glass because of its fragility, and a crating fee for large items. You may need to make delivery arrangements to receive large crates, depending on the carrier.

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