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Appraisal Process  --  March 24, 2021

Green Demolition: The Benefits are Far-Reaching

When deciding between traditional demolition and green demolition, known as deconstruction, you may be looking at the pros and cons. It can seem so much more straightforward to knock a residential or commercial building down, clean up, start with a clean slate. While traditional demolition may be faster, you are losing out on tens of thousands, if not more, in tax savings, along with the opportunity to help your local community and the planet. More and more individuals and companies alike are discovering the benefits of choosing green demolition.

How the Process Works

Deconstruction isn’t something most people are aware of, which is why it is so imperative to spread the word about the process and the benefits it provides to all involved. The process of green demolition is rather simple. The first step is contacting Green Donation Consultants. We will be able to send out an inspector, risk-free, and provide you with a free quote for the deconstruction of your property. If you decide to work with us, we can help organize the entire deconstruction and donation process for you.

We contract with companies in your local area to send out a deconstruction team and find non-profit organizations that will take the donated items while sending Green Donation Consultants an itemized list of building materials utilized. Our experienced team goes to work to produce you with a qualified appraisal document that will be submitted with the required IRS documentation to receive your tax deduction. The client doesn’t have to do much of anything throughout the entire process except submitting the documents to your tax professional and enjoying your tax savings!

Why Choose Green Demolition?

The green movement has been washing through the construction industry over the last few years. Builders are always looking for ways to earn coveted LEED points while minimizing waste produced through construction projects. Whether you are an individual buyer, builder, or investor, it is worth seeking out more information on how choosing deconstruction can save you significant amounts of money that can be invested back into your construction or renovation project.

Are you interested in green demolition? Contact Green Donation Consultants at 800-870-3965 for more information on how to get started.

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