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: 

Project: 

This is a partial deconstruction and full interior gut of a Menlo Park home.  The house was originally built in 1960, with 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and measures appoximately 2750 square feet.  The house has had a number of obvious updates over the years.

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This is a complete deconstruction of an Atherton, California home and pool/guest house.  The main house has 5 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms and measures just under 7000 square feet.

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This is a complete remodel and partial deconstruction of a Lafayette home.  The house was originally bult in 1956, but has had some updates over the years.  The house, in its current configuration, has 6 bedrooms, 7.5 bathrooms and measures almost 6400 square feet.

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This is a partial deconstruction of a Saratoga home.  The house will be taken down to the subfloor and the garage removed completely.   The house was originally built in 1965 and has 5 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and measures just under 3000 square feet.  The three car, detached, garage measures almost 800 square feet.

This is a complete remodel and partial deconstruction of a San Francisco home.  The house was originally built in 1929 and measures just under 3500 square feet of living space.  A number of the original fixtures were retained by the homeowner for reuse onsite.

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This is a complete deconstruction of a Palo Alto home.  It was originally built in 1925, with 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and measuring just over 3200 square feet.

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This is a complete deconstruction.  The main house was originally built in 1961, but has had a more recent update.  In its current configuration, it has 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms.  In addition, there are a number out buildings that will be coming down too.

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This is a complete deconstruction.  The house was originally built in 1961, has 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and measures 2569 square feet.  There have been some updates over the years.

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This is an extensive remodel.  The sub-floor and just enough of the exterior walls will be left intact so this will qualify as a remodel.  Although probably more work than if it was a full scrape, it will allow the stone fireplace and chimney to be kept. The house was originally built in 1934, but as you can see from the pictures, it was completely remodeled fairly recently.  In its current configuration, the house has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms and measures 2329 square feet.

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This is a fairly complete interior gut of an Atherton home that was built in 2002.  It has 5 bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, and measures 7075 square feet.

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