Deconstruction is the process of dismantling a building rather than the complete demolition of it. By carefully and methodically taking apart a structure, we can salvage materials for reuse and recycling. The economic and environmental benefits of this process can be significant.
Environmentally speaking, deconstructions keep more materials out of landfills. In Colorado, landfills are comprised of about 40% of construction and demolition materials. Further, upcycling of materials give them a new life as something else and reduces the resources needed to manufacture new pieces.
The local economic impact of deconstruction is considerable also. Sale for salvage and donation tax deductions to the homeowner can mean more dollars available for the remodel project. This, coupled with job creation, can mean more money staying in the local economy.
If you are considering a remodel project, we would be thrilled to tell you more about the specific impact this could have for you and your home.
We work with contractors, developers, interior designers, and homeowners across Colorado to provide a service that saves you money and conserves resources.
We will leave your job site a clean slate for the general contractor and provide all the necessary paperwork for the building owner to take full advantage of tax benefits.
Our team of skilled staff strives to work seamlessly with your General Contractor and project team to make the deconstruction, salvage, and donation as easy as possible. We know that each project is different, and we understand how to best handle the careful dismantling of your building for maximum benefit to the environment and the homeowner.
Owner Anna Perks is a Colorado College graduate with a background in environmental development, waste management, and entrepreneurship. Anna is driven by being able to offer a more sustainable option for homeowners and commercial building owners in Denver.
Perks Deconstruction is a Colorado certified M/WBE (Minority/Women Business Enterprise).