What Is Deconstruction?
Deconstruction is the process of systematically dismantling all or part of an interior piece-by-piece so that most of the resulting materials can be recycled, repurposed, or reused. The deconstruction process, sometimes known as green demolition, is very methodical as workers attempt to salvage everything from the worksite that can be recycled or reused. Habitat’s Deconstruction Service enables homeowners and businesses to offset their remodeling costs. Deconstruction services are a no-cost solution to remove kitchen cabinets, appliances, bathroom fixtures and doors from a space before a remodel or renovation. Contact the Deconstruction Team below to get started.
First, we help identify materials and items suitable for reuse.
Next, all work is handled by our skilled Deconstruction team.
Finally, upon removal, salvaged items are donated to local Habitat ReStores and sold to support the mission of Habitat. (Donors receive a tax receipt for the donation)
If you’re planning a remodel or renovation in your home or office, we’d love to help AND at no cost to you! All sales and proceeds from donated items go to support local families in need of affordable housing. To schedule the Habitat Deconstruction Team, fill out the short form listed below or call 602-283-2692 and selection option 8.