Architectural Salvage Store
The Jack Frost-Johnson Architectural Salvage Store, named after a founding ECHNA member and longtime store staffer, works to actively save materials from structures which cannot be preserved. In 2004 ECHNA purchased a commercially designated historic home which was restored by members to use as a store. As Elizabeth City’s only store that provides locally salvaged architectural items, this is the place to go if you’re restoring an older house, or just want to add some historic character to your home. The store includes various vintage doors, windows, moldings, bead board, flooring, plumbing fixtures, hardware, light fixtures, as well as various other hard-to-find items at a fair price. ECHNA relies on donations to stock the store, so any donation of old unwanted architectural elements would be gratefully accepted. ECHNA is a 501©3 not-for-profit organization, so all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
Location: 504 Hughes Boulevard, on the corner of Hughes Boulevard and Bell Street
Hours: by appointment only!
As ECHNA is a smaller volunteer organization, we apologize for not being able to open the store every day; however we are more than happy to help you by appointment. Appointments may be made by calling one of the following people:
Mickey Golden: (252)335-2484
Rick Boyd: (252)340-1106
Jean Baker: (252)333-7202