Deconstruction: The First Step in “Green” Home Building or Renovation

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Deconstruction involves the systematic and manual disassembly of the affected sections of a structure, saving as many of the components as possible for reuse or recycling.

Deconstruction can be particularly appealing because it enables the owner to earn a tax deduction for donating the reusable components to nonprofit organizations.

Download this document from DeConstruction Services, LLC to learn about the deconstruction process and the benefits and savings of deconstruction over demolition such as:

  • Tax credits on donations
  • Elimination of costs associated with tranport of materials
  • Availability of reusable materials to those in need
  • Space savings in landfills due to recycling
  • Prevention of groundwater pollution

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