fHg Architectural Salvage
fHg Architectural Salvage

fHg Architectural Salvage


Do you get excited by finding treasures from generations past? Do you love the look of old doors or the sight of aged brass and copper?


You've come to the right place. As an architectural salvage and "deconstruction" company, we have affordable, local, historic to help you with your renovation, restoration or repurposing project.


Your only limit is your imagination!


If you don't see what you need, contact us anyway.  We have developed relationships with many of the region's architectural salvage stores, and we can make arrangements to get that special item.

Store Location & Hours

Our store is located at

825 E. Franklin Street, Evansville, IN


Just north of the Lloyd Expressway, west of US 41... from US 41, turn west on Virginia (1st signal north of the Lloyd), and go about 2 blocks to Kentucky (flashing yellow signal).  Turn left on Kentucky, and after one block, turn right on Franklin.  From the Lloyd Expressway, get off at the Main/Garvin/Governor exit and turn north on Garvin. Take Garvin for 3 blocks and turn right on Franklin.


The store is located at 825 E. Franklin, in the Franklin Industrial Center.  If you have trouble finding us, just give us a call. 


We are open the following days...

Tuesday through Thursday -- 10 to 5

Friday & Saturday -- 10 to 4

Sunday & Monday -- Closed


Phone:  (812) 470-1681


Drop us an email at...


New Items in Stock

We are salvaging old houses to get new inventory every week!


If you have items that you want to get rid of, we may be interested in them if they are unique or special or we don't already have some similar in the store.  If it's doors and windows, we can get those through our salvage work, but contact us to see.


And we don't generally buy items, but may offer the opportunity to consign them with us, if we have room.  We have a number of consignments in the store, including vintage lights, tubs, sinks and built-ins.


Give us a call in order to see what you can add to your collection!

We are on Facebook, Instagram & Pinterest, too

Welcome to fHg Architectural Salvage!


effective Monday, November 12, 2018

We are excited to share our passion to save a little bit of our region's history!!!  Come and check us out at our store at 825 E Franklin in Evansville -- in the warehouse district just north of the Lloyd Expressway, west of US 41.  Great older warehouse space filled with all of our salvaged architectural elements and used building materials!

Lots & lots of new Salvaged Architectural Items & Building Materials!!!

We continue to get more and more architectural items and used building materials from

salvage projects all over the Tri-State!

Watch and listen for our ads on FOX, CBS, HGTV & DIY Networks and on WIKY and KISS FM for news about upcoming sales and promotions!

Just click on the Inventory button in the Menu above to check out examples of a lot of our architectural items and used building materials!

fHg Architectural Salvage continues to make news!

We just continue to make the news!!!


This spring, Gretchen Irons from 44News here in Evansville did a Facebook Live! segment from our store!  Loads of fun!


And last summer, we were on News25 -- the "Blight Divers" story!  If you missed it, here's the link to the video of the story!




In addition, we've had an article in the Evansville Courier and Press, and a story published about fHg in Evansville Business and Evansville Living magazine in their Home Style section.  Tucker Publishing also featured us on their Facebook page. 


We greatly appreciate the support from all of the local media outlets!!!


Read the Evansville C&P article here:



Read the article in Evansville Business' December/January issue here:


Our Expanded Store!!!

We love the "old" warehouse feel of our expanded store at fHg Architectural Salvage!!! We have over 8,500 square feet at 825 E. Franklin, which is the in old Arkla Industries plant on East Franklin. So, stop by to check out all of the salvaged architectural items and used building materials in our expanded space!

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