Deconstruction Services is a licensed, bonded and insured contractor in the State of Washington providing sustainable alternatives to demolition. Deconstruction Services works on projects throughout the Pacific Northwest and throughout North America from kitchen remodels to multistory buildings. Do you have a project are you removing a structure?
Building material reuse is directly fueled by building deconstruction. With an estimated one human’s lifetime worth of waste produced with every home demolished, we are throwing away hundreds of billions of pounds of the most sustainable building materials in existence.
With over a thousand deconstructed buildings under our belt we are on the cutting edge of building deconstruction. The following are some of the techniques that we have developed on-site.
Manual Building Deconstruction is the systematic disassembly of a structure to maximize reuse and recycling.
Hybrid Building Deconstruction is a term used to describe the use of people and machines to efficiently deconstruct buildings, with the goal of maximizing reuse and recycling. It refers to the hybrid of demolition and manual deconstruction
Deconstruction Center is where a reuse store, deconstruction processing center, and recycling centers are co-located to take advantage of the efficient use of resources and employees for each of the three divisions.
Building Harvesting is the fastest way to remove a building while still trying to divert materials from the landfill, focusing especially on reusable resources.
Partial deconstruction is the removal of part of a structure without harming the remaining section(s) while still focusing on maximizing reuse and recycling.
Building Kits are collections of materials that have been labeled, diagrammed, and then carefully disassembled in order to be reassembled as another job-site.