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In 2012, our Deconstruction service was awarded Valley Forward's Environmental Excellence Award.
If you're planning to remodel your home or business, our free deconstruction service is your green alternative to conventional demolition. Our skilled deconstruction team carefully dismantles and removes the interior and exterior of residential and commercial buildings for reuse. Donated items are tax deductible. For more information, please contact our Deconstruction Supervisor at 480-695-8555.
Every year Stardust's Deconstruction Crew diverts more than 650 tons of usable material from our landfills.
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There are several different types of deconstruction including Kitchen Deconstruction, Selective Deconstruction and Full Deconstruction. Stardust performs Kitchen Deconstruction and Selective Deconstruction at little to no-cost by our fully insured Deconstruction crew. If you're interested in Full Deconstruction Stardust partners with The Reuse People of America.
Remodeling your kitchen? Stardust's Deconstruction team will remove the old components of your kitchen including cabinets, countertops, plumbing fixtures and appliances. This service is provided at no-cost with a few exceptions such as a fee for tile countertop removal -- a labor-intensive and time consuming process.
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If you are planning a larger remodel or renovation that goes beyond the kitchen, Stardust's decon team can save the old materials—bathrooms, doors, windows, lighting, architectural details and more.
Stardust partners with the ReUse People of America to coordinate complete deconstruction services for building owners or their general contractors. Through their efforts 85% or more of a building can be salvaged, reused or recycled. To learn more about their services visit TheReusePeople.org.