With a growing emphasis in society on conservation and recycling, Tim Greenleaf Engineering has expanded it's services to include deconstruction.  Deconstruction is the careful dismantling of a structure’s reusable finished and recyclable building materials in order to maximize its recycling and reuse.  In addition to the benefits to the environment, there are added costs benefits, which may include tax filing benefits.

Items that can be reused include:

Interior Items  

Exterior Items

Light fixtures
Ceiling fans
Room air conditioners
Switches, outlets, cover plates
Digital Thermostats
Air duct vents
Fireplace mantels & glass doors
Radiators (basic & ornate)
Wood trim and molding
Oak & pine flooring
Kitchen cabinets, countertops & sinks
Washer & dryers

Garage disposals
Hot water tanks (30+ gallons)
Central air handler
Bathroom sinks & vanities
Wall mirrors
Glass shower doors
Toilet bowl and tank
Bathtubs (standard & claw foot)
De-nailed wood rafters
Ceiling, floor joists & wall framing
Stair railings & banisters
Stair stringers

Windows in jambs
Air conditioning units
Heat pumps
Porch lights
Pressure-treated deck lumber
Wood & vinyl window shutters
Slate roof tiles
Doors (exterior, storm & screen)
Garage doors & door openers
Cast iron porch railings
Mail boxes
Cement pavers
Pole lights
Flood lights
Motion detector lights

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