Serving Florida • Experienced, Licensed & Insured • License# CBC -1251981
General Contractor - Adam Smith Services Inc.
PO Box 1509, Port Salerno, FL. 34992
Call Us at: (772) 324-0140

    “I recently had my house demolished by ReUse Salvage and was impressed with the process of recycling EVERYTHING of use in it. More importantly was the fact that the “salvage for recycle” process...

    - J. Rohl, Rohl Enterprises
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    Fact: Nearly 52% of our community landfill is building material waste.

    Fact: Every year nearly 300,000 buildings are demolished in the U.S.

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    De-Construction Services

    Free De-Constructiondeconstruction

    De-Construction is the practice of disassembling a building in such a way that the materials (flooring, siding, fixtures, and more) can be reused for new construction. De-construction is a cost competitive alternative to conventional building demolition.

    At ReUse Salvage, our licensed experienced staff remove the usable materials in most structures prior to renovation and demolition, for the purpose of product reuse.

    Our demolition contracts contain a time frame for the De-­Construction operation to carefully remove products that can be reused in their present state, rather than sending that material to the landfill to be processed as recycle waste. The De- Construction service labor is free. The shell and remains of a structure is then crushed and sent to a partner recycle processing facility.

    wood floor deconstructionOur contracts contain a salvage clause that states the contents and materials of the proposed project/structure, is property of ReUse Salvage. When a client makes a decision to demolish a building using our services, the contents become a component of the contract. Our demolition quotes may vary, based on the products we contract to deconstruct. The cost is usually the same price or less than traditional demolition contractors. If the original products are not present or destroyed the cost of the demolition price could increase prior to final demolition, once our proposal is accepted.

    On average, fifty to sixty percent of a building becomes reuse products, while some projects produce nearly eighty percent usable materials. The combination of reuse and recycle is nearly ninety percent of a structure. Environmental LEED recycle reports are provided for each project.

    It is estimated that nearly 300,000 buildings are traditionally demolished every year in the United States. Waste Management estimates that fifty six percent of our community landfill is building material waste produced by renovations and demolitions.

    For more information, please call us at (772) 324-0140.