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Commercial Deconstruction -- 8/1/2020
6 Surprising Components You Wouldn’t Think are Deconstructable But Are…
Earlier this month, we wrote about four reasons why deconstruction has several advantages over demolition. One of the benefits was…
Earlier this month, we wrote about four reasons why deconstruction has several advantages over demolition. One of the benefits was that salvaged materials can be repurposed or salvaged for future use. You may not believe it at first glance, but according to Maura McCarthy of BluHomes, 75 to 90% of…
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Residential Deconstruction -- December 28, 2017
5 Reasons Why Deconstruction Is Not As Expensive As You Think
If you are just beginning to learn about deconstruction, you may have heard about the tax benefits it offers. By preserving the value of the fixtures and furnishings in your deconstructed space and donating them, you garner a valuable tax deduction that helps to offset the cost of the deconstruction…
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Commercial Deconstruction -- December 12, 2017
5 Benefits of Deconstruction as a Motel or Hotel Owner
For many real estate investors, franchisees, and independent owners of hotels and motels, one of the most important ways to stay viable and desirable in the competitive hospitality industry is through regular updates and upgrades. Serving a variety of purposes, regular renovations are part of the bottom line budget and…
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Residential Deconstruction -- December 7, 2017
5 Benefits of Deconstruction for Homeowners
If you are a homeowner thinking of undertaking renovation, you are probably focused on the end result. You may spend most of your time thinking about paint colors and finishes to transform your space, whether it’s a single room or a whole-house renovation. There is something you have to do…
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Residential Deconstruction -- November 9, 2017
5 Non-Profits Who Work With Deconstructed Property
You may know some of the advantages of working with Green Donation Consultants on your deconstructed property versus demolition. Tax savings and positive environmental outcomes are just a couple of the reasons that contractors, architects, developers and more are choosing deconstruction as their preferred process prior to construction or renovation.…
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Commercial Deconstruction -- October 30, 2017
5 Reasons Why Deconstruction Is More Eco-Friendly Than Demolition
You know that deconstruction is kind to your wallet at tax time. But did you know that it’s just as kind to the environment? Whether you are a homeowner looking for an eco-friendly alternative to demolition on your kitchen renovation or an architect interested in burnishing your credentials as a…
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Commercial Deconstruction -- October 25, 2017
5 Famous Deconstructed Buildings that Were Recently In the News
Deconstruction involves the careful teardown of a building that its property owner no longer needs. Some buildings are completely deconstructed to their foundation. Others are partially deconstructed. In all circumstances, deconstruction is a preferred alternative to demolition. This is because most materials in a building are deconstructible and because property…
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Commercial Deconstruction -- October 6, 2017
Deconstruction vs. Demolition; 4 Primary Benefits
When a business and/or homeowner decides to rebuild or remodel an existing structure, they want to finish the project as soon as possible and at the lowest cost. At first glance, it seems easier and quicker to demolish the building. After all, demolition is the most common method employed today…
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