The door features a steel clad body, a bold, 9 foot height and original rollers. It is 4.8 feet wide and includes 105 of box track. The door shows a good deal of green paint loss on one side and is unpainted on the opposing side. With its metal clad body, authentic industrial appeal and bold size, this door could be used as a door, room partition, headboard or as large piece of wall art.
Solid & sturdy, expected paint loss, patina, dents and dings as expected with age and use. The construction of the door does not meet current fire door codes. History: The door was salvaged from the circa 1900 Bemis Cotton Mill in Jackson, Tennessee.
The mill, once the heart of the town, had been vacant since 1993, yet contained many authentic, industrial artifacts. The salvage job was featured on season 4, episode 2 of the DiY network show, "Salvage Dawgs". Overall Dimensions: 117.625H x 2.75D x 46.25W Height of Door runs from 105.5 in - 109 in. Track is 93 long, stop is not included.
Please inquire for local pick-up pricing. Founded in 1999, Black Dog Salvage is an architectural salvage company based in Roanoke, Virginia, and home of the television series. Salvaged materials often have imperfections (we call it patina) and we will do our best to clearly photograph and describe any condition issues.Please feel free to ask questions or request additional photographs. We do our best to accurately describe each item.
The item "Large Metal Fire Door, 1900 Tennessee Cotton Mill Salvage, 9 Feet Tall x 46W" is in sale since Thursday, February 20, 2020. This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Home Improvement\Building & Hardware\Doors & Door Hardware\Doors". The seller is "architecturaldog" and is located in Roanoke, Virginia. This item can be shipped to United States.