Salvage Program

Salvage Program

ORF’s Salvage Program is an excellent way to find vintage parts from the 1890’s to the 1940’s for your restoration project. We have a large selection of doors, windows, vintage glass, window and door hardware, light fixtures, kitchen and bath fixtures, architectural salvage, and much more that can be handy for a wide variety of uses.

We also accept donations of salvaged items. Old Riverside Foundation is a is a 501 c 3 public charity organization, so such donations may be tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

The majority of our salvage items are offered to individuals for use in the restoration of their vintage homes. However, we also have a selection of salvaged architectural elements which are no longer suitable for restoration. They are more suitable for nostalgic reuse in creative interior or garden design. Come check it out!

Do you want to look for some special items? Here’s how!

Dan Cocco, ORF’s Salvage Chairman, regularly schedules times when he is at the Weber House, where most of our salvage items are kept. Check the Old Riverside Foundation’s Facebook page for the next time he has scheduled to be there. Or, contact Dan (see the information below) to schedule an appointment.

The Weber House address is 1510 University Avenue, Riverside (at the corner of University and Cranford, in the Courtyard at Marriott Hotel parking lot).

Are you handy with demo tools?

Would you like to help with a salvage project? Salvage projects come up from time to time and Dan Cocco, our Salvage Chairman, maintains a list of volunteers willing to assist at a moments notice. Please contact Dan by email or by phone to add your name, contact info, areas of interest and the general times of your availability (i.e., weekends only, daily after 3:00, etc.) to let him know you’d like to help!

Salvage Chair Contact Information:

Please contact our Salvage Chairman, Dan Cocco, by phone or text (preferably weekdays after 5:00 or weekends) at (951) 452-2638 (cell), or by email at salvage@oldriverside.org.