East End: In The Attic Too salvages wood to make beautiful furniture

In The Attic Too is a unique family business. It's been around for about a decade, but now they have a brand new showroom and workshop.
They take old pieces of furniture and repurpose them. They also take down barns, sheds and houses and use the wood to create new pieces. Some of those structures go back to the early- or mid-1800s. Others are more like youngsters, around 60 years old.
Dan McAllister's daughter Heather paints and refinishes the pieces. Corey Cherouvis is the builder who brings things back to life.