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MPH Deconstruction: Leading the Way in Deconstruction Services

In the bustling San Francisco Bay Area, MPH Deconstruction stands out as a pioneer in deconstruction services. Moving beyond traditional demolition methods, deconstruction focuses on the meticulous dismantling of structures. The aim? To salvage and repurpose materials, promoting sustainability and reducing waste.

Why Opt for Deconstruction Over Demolition?

  1. Sustainability: Deconstruction is an eco-friendly alternative to demolition. By salvaging materials, we significantly reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills.

  2. Cost-Efficiency: While deconstruction might seem labor-intensive, it offers long-term savings. Reusing materials can reduce construction costs, and donating salvaged items can lead to tax deductions.

  3. Preservation of Materials: Many older buildings contain high-quality materials that are no longer available today. Deconstruction allows these unique elements to be preserved and reused.

  4. Systematic Approach: Our team follows a systematic process, ensuring that every component, from doors and windows to fixtures and cabinets, is carefully removed and cataloged.

The MPH Deconstruction Advantage

Our team is trained in the intricacies of deconstruction. We focus on sustainable practices and ensure that materials are either repurposed or recycled. By choosing our services, you’re contributing to environmental conservation and benefiting from potential tax savings from donated materials.


  • Is deconstruction cheaper than demolition? While the upfront research costs might be higher, the savings from reused materials and tax deductions can make it more affordable in the long run.

  • What is the difference between demolition and deconstruction? Demolition involves tearing down structures, often resulting in waste. Deconstruction, on the other hand, is a systematic process of dismantling buildings to salvage materials.

  • What does it mean when a building is deconstructed? It means the building is carefully dismantled to salvage and reuse as much as possible.

  • How do you deconstruct a house? The process begins with an assessment to identify reusable materials. Then, a crew systematically dismantles the structure, preserving materials for reuse or donation.

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