We have an extensive collection of salvaged interior and exterior doors circa 1800-1950 and our selection changes weekly. We have pocket doors, French doors, swinging doors, commercial doors, Dutch doors, and more. These are perfect for restorations and DIY projects. Here are a few from our inventory. To purchase a door please secure a freight or delivery quote from us first by using the freight estimator on the item detail page. We'll contact you with the quote within 48 hours in most cases. Delivery may be available to locations within about 6 hours of Rochester, NY: OH, PA, NJ, MA, and Ontario. If you dont see a door your size please email us with your specifications and we can check our warehouse to see if we have anything in your size range. Or come to our warehouse which is located at our retail location in Rochester, NY.
Fantastic service, very easy to shop for antique and historic parts (sizes are viewable with the pictures!). Screws came with the door plate and made installation very easy. We are very glad these folks are in business. I will look for more historic parts for our 90+ year old house.
Most catalogs & stores sell wood knobs of cherry, oak, maple, & sometimes pine. Solid, unfinished walnut is hard to find. Historic Houseparts sells these. They are well made, no defects, & come with screws. Company service is excellent, delivery prompt, exactly as advertised. Highly recommended.
Extremely pleased. We needed a narrow piece on the receptor
side because of modern doubled glazed windows, and this fit the
bill perfectly. Had to search a long time to find this piece and so
glad I found it here, at last. Looks absolutely gorgeous and
original in our Edwardian home. Highly recommend! Quality and
function is outstanding. Had questions about the item and got
prompt and thorough response; great customer service. Would
gladly order again.
So glad to learn about these awesome little tools to help save
my walls in my 100 year old house! My large framed art hangs
solidly on my walls without dinging them up or leaving nasty
holes. What's more, it beats pounding several holes in the walls,
should I change my mind about where I want things hung.