With interest in recycling and green demolition alternatives rising, general contractors can keep up with today’s residential market trends by choosing to deconstruct. By salvaging a house’s building materials and personal property instead of demolishing existing structures, not only will you ensure the materials are given a second life by a charitable non-profit organization, but you’ll save your clients money through substantial tax deductions. General contractors can also earn LEED points through deconstruction, making it a true win-win-win for all parties involved. Homeowners are often stressed about the expenses involved with renovating or rebuilding houses, so use deconstruction as an opportunity to secure clients by guaranteeing a financial return on their investment in the environment.
Call us today to schedule a free, no-obligation inspection by our Project Engineers so we can provide an estimated value range for potential donations. This is a great opportunity to expand your client base and build an eco-friendly reputation in your community.