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7 days ago

Waste Less Works

Recently deconstructed covered patio. Roughly 16'x28', ranges in height from 8' tothe bottom of the beam on the low side to 14' on the high side.

Selling it as a package, including all hardware, sheathing, framing lumber, knee braces, and base post brackets, etc. Posts are 8x8 and glue laminated beams are heavy and strong. More details on request. $4,500

This is half way to a cabin or most excellent glamping situation!

#deconstruction #closingtheloop #recycle #salvage #missoula #glamping
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2 weeks ago

Waste Less Works

Some daily highlights at the yard. Garden beds, greenhouse, house projects, we got you covered!
2604 Industry St in Missoula. Open M-F, 9-5pm, 9-5pm and this Sat 9-1pm.
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4 weeks ago

Waste Less Works

Wow! What would you do with nice but obsolete University seating and desks x 110? I got a call this morning from a contractor seeing if Waste Less Works could help find a home for Gallagher Business School furniture. Why isn’t the business school looking at this as an opportunity to market and sell useable product? Why isn’t the University of Montana stipulating waste reduction? In this day and age in Missoula getting a call with a few days notice to see if I want obsolete but nice and sturdy desks is not an effective way to reduce waste. The University of Montana should have a progressive stance on Waste Reduction. What would you do with this furniture Missoula and valleys beyond? Metal bases with swing arms for seats. Interesting stuff potentially.
#missoulamt #reuse #deconstruction
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1 month ago

Waste Less Works

We would much rather see old houses, like this 1915 Victorian house on 3rd Street, be remodeled and live on, but this beauty is being deconstructed and salvaged.

It is stately and has some really amazing features, including 3 piece baseboard trim, transom windows over the 7’ doors, and an amazing oak newel post and banister. In addition, it’s ballooned framed, allowing outside wall studs to be 20’ tall. The wood is beautiful old growth, rough cut, and is still perfectly straight and true.

I wish I knew more of its history - any historians out there that could shed some light on its history - Who lived there? Who built it?

#deconstruction #oldhouse #salvage #roughcutlumber #missoulamt
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