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Hard to Find Parts Guide

If you need hard-to-find parts or repairs for your vintage plumbing, we suggest checking out these companies:

L.A.S. Replacement Parts – L.A.S. Replacement Parts Inc., founded as Replacement Parts Co. in 1946, manufactures "brass" product replacement parts for every major fittings manufacturer in the plumbing industry. Most parts made in the USA.

American Standard Parts – Stocking genuine parts for all American Standard products.

Northeast Plumbing Specialties – Northeast Plumbing Specialties has in stock plumbing faucets, fixtures, and replacement parts for: American Kitchen, American Standard, Briggs, Central, Chicago, Crane, Delta, Dick Bros., Eyer, Elkay, Gerber, Halsey-Taylor, Indiana Brass, Kohler, Lawler, Mansfield, Moen, Price Pfister, Power Regulator, Savoy, Sayco, Sterling, Schiable, Speakman, Symmons, T & S Brass, Union Brass, Universal Rundle, Valley, and Zurn. They also carry Flush-o-meter complete valves and repair parts for Aqua-Flush, Cayne-Delaney, Hedyes & Brothers, and Sloan & Zurn.

Alfano Replacement Plumbing Parts – Founded in 1928, they carry over 50,000 hard-to-find plumbing parts in stock and can rebuild antique faucets.

Nationally Known Salvage Yards

Habitat for Humanity ReStore Home Improvement Stores – Habitat for Humanity ReStores are non-profit home improvement centers located across the country. They accept donations of home improvement materials from homeowners, contractors, manufacturers, retailers and municipal collection centers. In turn, ReStore recycles the materials by selling the items to the public at affordable prices. A great idea worth investigating!

Architectural Emporium (Canonsburg, PA)

Architectural Salvage (Louisville, KY)

Architectural Salvage Warehouse (Burlington, VT)

Black Dog Salvage (Roanoke, VA)

Florida Victorian (Deland, FL)

Olde Good Things (New York, NY & Scranton, PA)

Old House Salvage (Exeter, NH)

Recycling the Past (Barnegat, NJ)

Salvage One (Chicago, IL)

Second Chance (Baltimore, MD)

Vintage Kitchen Products

AntiqueAppliances.com – An excellent source for restored antique and vintage stoves and refrigerators from the 20s to 60s. They also offer refinishing and appraisal services for antique appliances.

ToasterCentral.com – Offering refinished and reconditioned retro toasters, waffle irons, and other small appliances.

DecoDan.com – Offering reconditioning services of small, vintage appliances.

Bauerware.com – Offering a range of unique cabinet knobs and pulls.

House of Antique Hardware, Ball and Ball Antique Hardware Reproductions, or Ed Donaldson Hardware Restorations – All offer vintage and reproduction hardware pieces.