Deconstruction

Deconstruction involves carefully dismantling a building and salvaging the parts that can be reused. Materials coming from deconstruction often include, but are not limited to, lumber, doors, windows, cabinetry, and hardwood flooring. By choosing deconstruction, homeowners and builders can save natural resources and help divert material from the landfill.

Sustainable Demolition: How it Works

ReSource offers deconstruction assessments for renovation projects across Boulder County. Take advantage of our expertise and give a second useful life to your gently used items. Your in-kind donation helps to divert over 4 million pounds of materials from landfills each year while saving you money. All deconstruction donations are tax-deductible, making the cost of deconstruction comparable to that of standard demolition. Check our donation guidelines to see if your deconstruction project qualifies you for our assessment.

If you’d like to learn more, or schedule an appointment for a Deconstruction Assessment, please call Brandon at ReSource, 303.419.5418 x 105, or email him with your project information.

Deconstruction assessments include:

  • One-on-one deconstruction education
  • On-site visit and assessment
  • Deconstruction plan (if applicable)
  • Itemized material inventory list
  • Tax-deduction information
  • Qualified deconstruction contractor referral

Boulder City and County Requirements

Please note, these services are necessary to fulfill the deconstruction requirements of the City of Boulder Green Points C&D Material Diversion and Boulder County BuildSmart Material Diversion programs.