About Our Deconstruction Services

If you’re planning to remodel your home or business, our deconstruction service is your green alternative to conventional demolition. Our skilled deconstruction team will carefully dismantle and remove building materials, appliances, fixtures, and architectural elements from the interior and/or exterior of residential and commercial buildings for reuse. As opposed to trashing your gently-used building materials during a remodel, donate them to Stardust instead.

While demolition costs an average of $3,000 or more, our deconstruction service is provided for a nominal non-refundable fee which helps offset our labor, liability and transportation costs. Our kitchen deconstruction typically takes from one to four hours, depending on the size and scope of the remodel. Plus, at the end of the deconstruction service, we’ll provide a receipt for all your donated materials that you can use for tax purposes. For more information, please contact our Scheduling Coordinator at 480.269.8601. 

If the home or building was constructed prior to 1990, a site visit by our Deconstruction Manager will be required to determine if the project is suitable for deconstruction. We cannot deconstruct homes built before 1978 due to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) lead paint rules.

What Contractors Are Saying

I use Stardust for about 90% of my remodels. They carefully breakdown everything for new builds which removes the hassle of planning, paying, and executing from my end. I also don’t like the idea of filling landfills when so much is reusable.
- Greg H.
I’ve been working with Stardust for 10 years. I love that by using Stardust, I save my clients money. It’s a win-win for both them and my company.
- Steve D.
I was referred to Stardust and have been working with them for years now. They’re professional, and work with care. They don’t just come in and tear the place apart. Stardust makes me look like a hero to my clients.
- Steve W.


We offer several different types of deconstruction services including kitchen deconstruction, selective or “skim” deconstruction, and full deconstruction. We perform kitchen deconstructions and selective deconstructions with our fully insured deconstruction crew. For a full deconstruction project, where the structure needs to be deconstructed all the way down to its foundation, our partner, Harvest Eco-Salvage will deconstruct and salvage the entire structure.

To request more information about a deconstruction service for your home or business, fill out a request form and a Stardust representative will contact you shortly.


Every year, Stardust’s deconstruction crew diverts more than 650 tons of usable material from local landfills. In 2012, our deconstruction service was awarded Valley Forward’s Environmental Excellence Award.

The benefits of our deconstruction services are numerous, and include the following:

  • Helps offset costs associated with remodeling by providing a tax deduction for the materials removed. 
  • Conserves landfill space. On average, deconstructing one kitchen diverts 2,400 lbs. of usable materials from the landfill.
  • Preserves historically significant materials. 
  • Reduces the environmental impact of producing new materials.
  • Provides affordable, quality materials to the community.
  • Reduces trash disposal costs.
  • Donated materials are available to the public at Stardust Building Supplies and continue to live on in homes and projects.


Remodeling your kitchen? Stardust’s deconstruction team will remove the usable components of your kitchen, including cabinets, countertops, plumbing fixtures, and appliances. This service is provided for a nominal non-refundable fee which helps offset our labor, liability and transportation costs.

The average kitchen deconstruction takes from two to four hours to complete. The amount of time needed will depend on the size of the kitchen, as well as the types of countertops and fixtures the room has.


If you’re planning a larger remodel or renovation that goes beyond the kitchen, Stardust’s deconstruction team can save old materials, including bathroom fixtures, doors, after-market windows, lighting, architectural details, and more. The time it’ll take to complete a selective deconstruction will depend on the square footage of the home.


Since 2016, Stardust has partnered with Harvest Eco-Salvage to coordinate complete deconstruction services for homeowners and general contractors. Through their efforts, 85% or more of a building can be salvaged, reused, or recycled.

Since 1993, architects, contractors, and building owners have relied on Harvest Eco-Salvage to keep reusable and recyclable building materials out of overburdened landfills. By deconstructing instead of demolishing a building, Harvest Eco-Salvage is able to salvage materials and channel them back into the marketplace.

The materials that are deconstructed are donated to Stardust Building Supplies for resale. The full deconstruction offered by Harvest Eco-Salvage is not a free service, but the donor can receive significant tax savings. Harvest Eco-Salvage works with an appraiser to determine the value of all salvaged materials.

A full deconstruction can be a time-consuming process and will vary depending on the size of the building.

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Our deconstruction services are an eco-friendly demolition option for contractors and home or business owners.

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For any questions, concerns, or comments, reach out to a member of our staff.