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Deconstruction Program

What is IRHFH's DeConstruction Program?

Unlike Demolition where materials clog the landfill, Deconstruction is a positively green process, which includes the removal of building materials for the purpose of re-use.

Whether you're remodeling a kitchen or bath or demolishing a home or office, the IRHFH Deconstruction Team can save you time and money by handling both the deconstruction and removal of building materials and accessories.

How does Deconstruction help the community?

  • It generates funds to build more Habitat for Humanity homes for those in need in Indian River County.
  • It reduces landfill materials generated from remodeling and demolition projects.
  • It provides affordable building supplies to the public through the ReStore.

So don't forget us when you go to demolish or remodel! Deconstruction is FREE and can be used as a tax deduction.

Partners in DeConstruction

Over the years, a number of local builders have significantly contributed to the fundraising efforts of the ReStore by allowing us to be involved in various salvage operations connected with their building and remodeling projects. Through resale of these materials, the ReStore continues to substantially support the Habitat goal of serving families in our county.

These firms include, but are not limited to:

Zorcorp Builders

Darling Construction


For more information on the DeConstruction Program, email Karyn Bryant, Neighborhood Revitalization and Deconstruction Manager or call 772-473-9260.