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Full-Structure Deconstruction

A complete deconstruction of a building, including the removal of all materials and components for reuse or recycling.


Full-structure deconstruction is an environmentally responsible demolition technique involving the removal and sorting of a building's materials and components for optimal reuse or recycling. As a result, this approach yields the highest return on investment while providing a sustainable solution for the disposal of construction waste.

This technique differs from traditional demolition in that it prioritizes the salvage and reuse of a building's materials. This is done through a comprehensive disassembly process that carefully takes apart the structure, piece by piece. Once the salvageable materials are removed, the remaining debris can be recycled or disposed of in an environmentally responsible manner.

Full-structure deconstruction has many benefits for both the environment and those who implement it. Rebuild Green provides the full range of services needed to get the job done right. We start by removing all the materials that can be recycled or reused. This includes metals, glass, plastics, and any other materials that can be separated from the structure. We then demolition the remaining structure, sorted the debris and hauled it away.

  • A complete deconstruction of a building.

  • Involves removing all materials and components for reuse or recycling.

Environmental Responsibility
  • An eco-friendly demolition technique.

  • Focuses on the removal and sorting of materials for optimal reuse or recycling.

  • Yields high return on investment and sustainable waste disposal solution.

Comparison to Traditional Demolition
  • Prioritizes salvage and reuse of materials.

  • Involves comprehensive disassembly, piece by piece.

  • Allows for recycling or responsible disposal of remaining debris.

  • Offers significant environmental advantages.

  • Provides a sustainable method for managing construction waste.

Services by Rebuild Green
  • Removal of recyclable and reusable materials.

    • Metals, glass, plastics, and more.

  • Demolition and sorting of the remaining structure.

  • Hauling away sorted debris.

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