Hurricane Hauling and Demolition Starts Deconstruction to Save on Construction Material and Ecology

Hurricane Hauling and Demolition, a demolition and hauling company based in Marin and providing its services all over the greater Bay Area, declared that it has lately started a tear down project utilizing the deconstruction process.

Demolition services of Hurricane Hauling and Demolition. Credit: Hurricane Hauling and Demolition

The process prevents the demolished materials from reaching the landfills, instead allows them to be recycled and reused, thus saving the earth from wastes and assist the owners with savings. The company banks on its deconstructing ability to reuse most of the wastes from the projects.

Though the deconstruction process consumes more labor than straight demolition it assists the home owners to save money. The process breaks down a building to its smallest parts separating electrical fixtures, plumbing, carpeting materials, windows, doors, cabinets, shingles, plywood and lumber carefully for reuse or donate them as salvaged materials.

The company is currently engaged in a deconstruction process at a house in Mill Valley. The owners of Mill Valley analyzed the demolition and deconstruction options and opted for home deconstruction after finding the method lucrative from the financial point of view as well as from an ecological point. The deconstruction process while enabling the reuse of materials also allows for a substantial amount of tax credit, which can be spread over a number of years. The process also notably cut down the charges related to the hauling of materials from the demolition site and disposing them.

According to Molly Samietz, Donation Solutions’ founder and appraiser of the deconstruction project at Mill Valley, a properly performed deconstruction project allows reuse of around 85% of content, which can be either reused or donated thus reducing the burden on landfills that overflow.

Source: http://www.hurricanehauling.com/

Joel Scanlon

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Joel, originally from the UK, emigrated to Australia in 1995 and spent 5 years working in the mining industry as an exploration Geo-technician where he developed skills in GIS Mapping and CAD. Joel also spent a year working underground in a gold/copper mine. Upon moving to the North Coast of NSW, Australia Joel worked as a graphic designer for a leading consultancy firm before starting a successful business providing graphic and web design services to local businesses on the eastern seaboard of Australia. Joel is skilled in project management, content production, design, animation, database and networking, software, and editing. Joel has been with AZoNetwork since its inception in 2000.

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