House Deconstruction

House Deconstruction

House Deconstruction

Specializing in selective dismantlement - deconstruction - for the purposes of keeping building items out of landfills so that these items can be reused, repurposed, recycled or donated. We have developed many methods over the years that help projects run efficiently to meet these requirements.

” ReNové has used Colorado Demolition for all of our demolition and hauling work for the past fifteen years.  I can bring Colorado Demolition into the nicest of homes and they will take all of the necessary precautions and care to do the job carefully and minimize dust and impact to the owners."Arn Rasker | President of ReNove

Demolition Services

Reliable & exp. Deconstruction has strong ties to environmental sustainability. In addition to giving materials a new life cycle, deconstructing buildings helps to lower the need for virgin resources. This in turn leads to energy and emissions reductions from the refining and manufacture of new materials, especially when considering that an estimated 40% of Global material flows can be attributed to construction, maintenance, and renovation of structures.[3] As deconstruction is often done on a local level, many times on-site, energy and emissions are also saved in the transportation of materials. Deconstruction can potentially support communities by providing local jobs and renovated structures. Deconstruction creates 6-8 Jobs, for every 1 created by traditional demolition.[4][5] In addition, solid waste from conventional demolition is diverted from landfills. This is a major benefit because construction and demolition waste accounts for approximately 20% - 40% of the solid waste stream.[6][7] 90% of this construction and demolition waste stream is generated during the process of demolition. In 2015 548 million tons of Construction and demolition waste were created in the United States alone.[8] Deconstruction allows for substantially higher levels of material reuse and recycling than does conventional processes of demolition. Up to 25% of material in a traditional residential structure can be readily reused, while up to 70% of material can be recycled.[9]

“Your support of our mission to provide decent, affordable housing in our community makes us all blessed. The entire Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity St. Vrain Valley would like to thank you for the generous donation of materials through the years. ”

Theresa Pickners
Board of Directors
Habitat for Humanity St Vrain

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"I can bring Colorado Demolition into the nicest of homes and they will take all of the necessary precautions and care to do the job carefully and minimize dust and impact to the owners. They excel at commercial work, and leave the job ready to go for the other crews.  In summary, Pat and Eric make me look good, and I appreciate that very much."

- Arn Rasker  •  ReNove President

"Not only did you take down the deck and left the area free of debris, you did so with no footprints through my flower beds. You moved my trash and recycling bins back, you gave me the wood donation receipt, and your job came in under budget!  Thank you for your quality work and your “above and beyond”. I’ll continue to give you rave reviews and commend you whenever I get the chance."

-  Janice A. •  Denver Resident

“The entire Board of Directors of Habitat for Humanity St. Vrain Valley would like to thank you for the generous donation of materials through the years. Your support of our mission to provide decent, affordable housing in our community makes us all blessed.”

- Theresa Pickners •  Habitat for Humanity St. Vrain

Phone Number

(303) 588-8624

Email

info@coloradodemolition.com

Open Times

Mon - Fri   8-5

Location

16512 Gilpin St
Thornton, CO 80602