Ron Filson

Regional Manager, Bay Area

With Ron’s help, you can …

• Accomplish your construction goals while ensuring the continued life of the reusable materials. Whether you’re planning a small remodeling project or a complete teardown, contact Ron Filson for a complete explanation of the process.

• Receive a tax deduction for donated building materials, significantly reducing, or totally offsetting, the cost of deconstruction.

• Connect with some of the finest contractors in the greater San Francisco / Oakland area.

• Join Ron’s growing network of homeowners, building owners, contractors, architects, interior designers, developers, environment advocates, government officials and planning-department professionals committed to reducing waste through C&D recovery and reuse.

 

How the deconstruction model works: 

How the deconstruction model works

In Deconstruction Bay Area News: 

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This is a fairly extensive remodel in Orinda, California. The house will be gutted inside and out, and the large deck will be deconstructed.

The house was originally built in 1980, with 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and measuring just under 2600 square feet.

This project is a fairly complete interior gut and partial deconstruction. The house was originally built in 1971 with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and measuring just over 4000 square feet. As you can see from the pictures, the house has had some updates over the years.

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This is a remodel of a Los Gatos home. The house was originally built in 1947, but has had some obvious updates and additions over the years. In its current configuration, the house has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and measures approximately 2300 square feet.

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This is a basic remodel of an early 1950s, 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 2300 square foot home. As you can see from the pictures, the house has already been updated fairly recently and all of the materials are in excellent condition.

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The ReUse People Palo Alto Deconstruction Company Bay Area

This is a partial remodel and partial deconstruction of a Palo Alto home.  The house was originally built in 1958, but has had some updates and additions over the years.  In its current configuration, the house has 5 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and measures approximately 3000 square feet of living space.

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This is a partial deconstruction of Tiburon home.  The house was originally built in 1975, has 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.  The upper floor, the common areas of the house, will be taken down to the subfloor.  The lower portion will remain largely unchanged, which includes 3 of the bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

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This is a fairly complete gut and partial deconstruction of a Saratoga home.  The house was originally built in 1964, has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and measures approximately 2700 square feet.

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This is a remodel and partial deconstruction of an Atherton home.  The story is that this house was originally built, just after the turn of the century, in San Francisco and then moved down the Peninsula, via the Bay, in the mid-1920s.  The house has had an addition, and based on the materials that were used, it was likely done just after it was moved.  In its current configuration, the house has 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and measures approximately 3300 square feet.

There are also several out-buildings that will be coming down completely, which include a garage and workshop.

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This is a complete deconstruction of a Palo Alto home.  The house was originally built in 1947, but has had some updates and additions over the years.  In its current configuration, the house has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and measures approximately 1500 square feet.

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