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Residential Deconstruction -- July 12, 2018
How Deconstruction Can Benefit Real Estate Agents and Their Clients
Imagine you have clients who want to renovate or rebuild their properties but they are struggling to come to terms with the substantial costs. Traditionally, clients undergoing this process, and real estate agents helping them, have strictly looked at costly demolition processes to clear away the undesired property. The high…
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Donate Building Materials -- July 5, 2018
Top 3 Eco-Friendly Donations You Can Make
Donating is an excellent way to give back. But did you know there are some easy ways that you can not only donate to a good cause but also help keep our planet healthy as well? Working with specific charities including Good Will and Habitat for Humanity, as well as…
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Donate Building Materials -- June 27, 2018
Top 3 Benefits of Deconstruction
When most people think about tearing down a home, they typically think about demolition. That is the complete leveling of a home using large construction equipment. It isn’t often that they think about deconstruction, a much more eco-friendly alternative. Green Donation Consultants is one of the only organizations that provides…
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Furniture Donation -- February 15, 2018
The Ultimate Guide to Donating Office Furniture
In the current economic climate, companies, schools, government agencies, and other entities may find themselves reorganizing or moving. And for some other organizations, regrettably, they will be shutting down their offices.  Whatever the reason for an office move, it’s important to maximize the value of the furniture, fixtures, and electronics…
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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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