deconstruction:

noun de · con · struc · tion  dē-kən-ˈstrək-shən

the process of dismantling a structure that is no longer usable with the intent to recover the maximum amount of materials for the highest and best re-use. Specially trained crews work for homeowners, contractors, local governments, and other property owners to provide environmentally friendly, cost-effective removal of building components from both residential and commercial structures.  This industry offers many benefits over standard demolition with the same end result-  a clean, vacant site ready for development with less waste in our landfills.


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