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Donate Building Materials -- July 28, 2020
The Process of Deconstructing Your Home
The Process of Deconstructing Your Home If you are thinking about deconstructing a house for building materials, there are several things to consider before making the decision. Take an assessment of your home: when was it built? Houses built after 1950 tend to be less suited to deconstruction due to…
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Tax Deduction -- July 8, 2020
Definition of Fair Market Value for Charitable Donations
Charitable giving provides a justified reward for people seeking to donate. But with many different methods of donating, countless charitable organizations to donate to, and the need for accurate tax report filing, the crux of charitable donations often lies in the fair market value. Qualifying Organizations for Charitable Donation Tax…
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Commercial Deconstruction -- July 1, 2020
Deconstruction – Construction in Reverse
What Is Deconstruction and How Is It Done? Demolition, completely tearing down an existing structure with no intention of reusing or recycling any of the materials, with the aim of making way for a new structure or the sale of the subsequent empty lot, is quick. But one should not…
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Residential Deconstruction -- June 24, 2020
3 Benefits of Deconstruction
3 Benefits of Deconstruction – Environmental, Societal, and Financial Deconstruction is a significant part of modern green building initiatives. The term might appear to be new, but this method of saving materials to be used for building new structures has been around for as long as construction. Material sourcing used…
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Tax Deduction -- June 18, 2020
IRS Form 8283
IRS Form 8283 and the Cost Basis—Loube v. Commissioner Have you decided to deconstruct and donate your real property? Taking your structure apart, piece by piece, and donating to a qualified 501(c)(3) charity can produce a significant tax refund. To ensure you not only get your refund, but also optimize…
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Donate Building Materials -- November 24, 2019
How Deconstructing a Home Makes Environmental and Financial Sense
Recycling a home makes environmental sense as well as economic sense. When a home suffers from too many structural issues to renovate efficiently, there is an opportunity to adopt a green way to approach the task of a teardown. building destroy, material waste, demolition Recycling or Deconstruction Helps the Environment…
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Tax Deduction -- August 17, 2018
How Deconstruction Can Help Win Demolition Services Contracts
For construction companies that offer demolition services, winning business and delivering high-quality service at an acceptable price keeps them afloat. When the quality or variety of services is undifferentiated between construction companies in the same region, construction companies become locked in a bidding war for buyers who choose the lowest…
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Donate Building Materials -- August 2, 2018
How to Donate Building Materials
When remodeling, cleaning, downsizing, demolishing, or deconstructing, property owners wind up with an abundance of building materials that are on their way to a local landfill. You don’t want to create waste and let those repurposable materials unnecessarily be thrown out when there is still value in them. Instead of…
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Tax Deduction -- July 26, 2018
Deconstruction and Green Demolition for Hotels
Hotels are practically omnipresent, and real estate investors, franchisees, and independent owners of hotels struggle to maintain a competitive advantage in the fast-paced and continuously renewing industry. With new hotels developing everywhere, owners and operators have to invest a great deal in order to ensure that their hospitality properties keep…
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Tax Deduction -- July 19, 2018
Deconstruction: The Environmentally-Friendly Path in Construction
When things go up, they have to come down eventually, and there are two ways this can happen: demolition or deconstruction. What’s the difference? Demolition is one of the most hazardous processes to our planet, whereas deconstruction aims to reduce the environmental footprint through recycling and reusing materials. Although demolition…
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