Salvage and Disposal Services

Disassembly not Demolition

Green demolition or deconstruction is the dismantling of a structure so that as many of its elements as possible  can be recycled or reused rather than going to landfills and subsequently polluting the Earth’s soil and water.

Through pre-demolition planning materials with architectural or reuse value can be identified, and by using deconstruction methods to dismantle the structure, salvage components for reuse and recycling.

If correctly salvaged from the site many materials (wood floors, windows, tile, siding, and bricks to name a few) can be reused in later projects.

Harmful materials (asbestos, PCBs, and lead for example) can be properly disposed  of to meet local and federal requirements.


Doors, Trim, Cabinetry, Hardware, Appliances, and fixtures can be used in the same or other projects, donated, or sold.


Wood studs and beams can be re-used in the same project.  Even though this makes salvaging cost more, it can pay for itself in framing labor and materials cost.


Some salvaged items can gain a second life on projects.  Paint can be remixed, concrete or masonry can become driveway bedding, doors converted into tables.


Restoration of materials is also an option in older structures.  Given the costs of removing old or bulky materials, restoring the material is often an cost-effective alternative.

On Site Process

Deconstruction in motion:

On-Site Environmental Testing and Analysis Services

Providing Industrial Hygiene (IH) and Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) testing services to protect the health of people in built structures from a range of potentially hazardous environmental conditions.