The Resources Directory is the place where you will find a contractor, locate craftsmen, tradesmen, products and services for older and historic homes. Posted information has been obtained from the Resource’s website, brochures and other publicly available information. No entries in the Resources Directory are ever solicited for inclusion and none pay to be listed here. It is the responsibility of the consumer to interview and research the qualifications and experience of service providers before making a purchase or contracting for services.

  • Old House Parts Company

    The Old House Parts Company specializes in architectural salvage from 1730 to 1930. Its warehouse is a revloving museum of architectural salvage including paneling, moldings, fireplace mantels, antique doors and windows, cabinets, wainscoting, antique plumbing and lighting fixtures and so much more. Their website has 100’s of photos of unique items for sale to meet your old house restoration and interior design needs. Tom Joyal and his professional staff are also experienced in dismantling and moving old barns and houses.


  • Portland Architectural Salvage

    Portland Architectural Salvage was started by Alice Dunn in 1994, in Portland Maine. The business has grown to four floors of spectacular showroom of architectural elements, antiques and decorative accessories. You will also fine reusable building materials, tools, fixtures and collectibles. Do you have an item in need of repair? The company offers referrals to craftsmen to repair and restore your architecturals, rare finds and antique treasures. If you are dismantling a property or are looking for a specific item Alice Dunn would like to hear from you.