The days of pouring paint down the gutter and tossing perfectly useful excess construction materials in a dumpster are over, and rightly so. The general rule in remodeling projects is to buy 10% more than you estimate that you need, in case of overruns. What do you do with the leftover bits from a home improvement project that are brand new and perfectly useable? What about solvents and chemicals that you'll never use again? Do you store them in your garage for the next 20 years, taking up space and slowly going bad? You COULD, but there are better options. Let's talk about a few ways to dispose of leftovers from a remodeling project.
What can you do with extra construction material?
As part of our commitment to being environmentally friendly, when we are called out to take these leftover building supplies in bulk, we do our best to ensure that useful items are distributed in responsible ways. Unfortunately, we cannot accept chemicals and solvents, but we can certainly take away remnants, removed vanities and cabinets, carpet, drywall, and much more. If items still have a useful life, we do our best to let it continue that life. If they are worn out, we will break them down and responsibly distribute them. Call to learn more.
Here is a list of resources in the Denver area for building material reuse:
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