Hangar Uses Older, Salvaged Trim
new hangar home, direct runway access. PowerLift trims hold family history.
Hangar with one of a kind trim elements.
The hangar’s interior trim was salvaged from several old buildings that were demolished long ago.
The owner and his brother built their first hangar in 1977. They kept costs low by using wood and steel salvaged from old farm buildings. When building this new hangar home, the owner removed and repurposed many of the materials used in his original 1920s/1950s/1977 hangar.
Recovered steel cladding covers the interior of the PowerLift door. Salvaged wood is the basis for the faux sliding door look, window surrounds and wall designs. The concrete floor stain mimics the Red Scoria rock outcroppings found at the farm where the old hangar was built.
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