Habitat ReUse Center Deconstruction Program

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The Habitat ReUse Center Deconstruction Program salvages good and usable building materials from residential homes that are being demolished.  At a competitive fee, their staff and volunteer "Decon Crew" will come on site and perform strip outs.  This reduces the disposal of materials into the landfill.  It provides materials for renovation and other small scale construction projects to be sold at the Habit ReStore.

How the ReStore Deconstruction Process Works:

  • The property owner or their representative(s) contacts the ReStore.
  • Once they establish that there is a product or material appropriate for salvage by the ReStore, a time is set for the Deconstruction manager to meet with the property owner representative(s) and do a walk through of the site.
  • Once an agreement is made with the property representative(s) as to availability, materials and a time-line, the Deconstruction manager will schedule a volunteer crew to begin its work of deconstruction.

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