Deconstruction, an increasingly popular alternative to demolition, is the systematic dismantling of residential buildings. Deconstruction is a proven, environmentally responsible technique for removing unwanted structures. Valuable, reusable materials are preserved and donated or recycled. Demolition debris that would otherwise end up in local landfills is recycled. Although more labor-intensive and time-consuming than traditional demolition, owners benefit by receiving a generous tax deduction to offset increased costs.
Expert Hauling & Demolition has the trained staff to dismantle and transport the reusable building materials to charities of your choice. We can perform interior demolition and sorting so that items acan be reused or recycled.
Effort is made to remove reusable lumber and other materials without destroying them. Here, a worker dismantles a window from its frame.
Lumber recycled from a deconstruction site. Reusing this lumber saves energy, keeps the landfill from filling up, and saves trees still growing in forests.
Concrete, brick can be reused as clean fill and processed into the raw components of new materials.
This scene is from a selective demolition project where the original foundation and subfloor has been carefully preserved for reuse.