About Balleycanoe & Co.

Balleycanoe is located in rural Eastern Ontario just North of the Thousand Island Bridge between Gananoque and Brockville. The barns to the original Warren homestead, built in the mid 1850's, are now filled with 19th Century rural architectural salvage from mainly Eastern Ontario.

The rural character of this material is what distinguishes Balleycanoe from the typical architectural salvage operation. We carry a large quantity of doors, hardware, tin, porch posts, gingerbread, windows, stair parts, fire place mantles, trim, and many unusual decorative items that just don't fit any particular category. Most of our stock is in original paint and form.

There is something about fragments of our architectural heritage that inspires artistic expression. Ceiling tin, barn boards, cast iron finials, wire fencing, porch posts, balustrades, chair parts, sap buckets, fragments of

stained glass, windows, etc. with old paint and wear and tear of age are used to create an endless variety of objects large and small. It's hard to describe what we produce. Have a look at some of the examples of our ever expanding inventory

Many of our customers come from outside the area. We are not far from the 401 Highway making it easy for travelers to drop in for a visit on their way to or from Montreal, Toronto, and Ottawa. We are a popular destination for house restorers, builders, decorators, store and restaurant owners, and antique collectors and dealers. We have regular customers from as far away as Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, and all areas of the United States. As well, we have shipped 12' counters, loaded transport trucks, pick-ups, mini vans, trunk lids, roof racks, cars, and, yes we do deliver within the Toronto, Montreal, and Ottawa triangle.


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