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6 hours ago

Waste Less Works

Before and After. Good progress to end the week. Thankful for my hardworking crew.
##deconstruction #salvage #missoula @ Missoula, Montana
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3 days ago

Waste Less Works

Full Kitchen Granite counter tops and knotty pine upper and lower kitchen cabinet set with molding/trim in great working condition. The Granite is a deep dark green that is almost black. There are three pieces making up a Sink Island and cooktop peninsula with a smaller sink prep station. The cabinets have all hinges, tracks, handles/doorknobs included!

This cabinet set is for a large room with tall ceilings as the space is needed to fit the crown moldings and log accents. The wall units are 8-9 feet tall. Of course this could also be made to fit inside a conventional 8' tall wall but without some of the moldings.

The Cabinet boxes are typical particle board but thicker than normal. The fronts and doors are knotty pine and built to a very high standard. The finish is not scratched and everything is in working order. Log accents, large microwave and dishwasher by Miele included.

Willing to part this out but really much prefer to sell all. This is currently in a storage unit off of Expressway.

Asking $2,700 for the entire package.
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4 days ago

Waste Less Works

Removing siding at this Jackson Street gem, and discovered this shiny build wrap serving as a reflective vapor air barrier. This product has stood the test of time as did the aluminium siding. It might not be up to modern standards, but in some ways is superior to what is available now and looks like a hot potato in a campfire. Or is it instant popcorn? @ Missoula, Montana ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Waste Less Works

The Eagle nest house looks a bit naked with the deck missing. Turns out we salvaged about half of it sending only 3 yards of trash to the landfill. I guess that is better than 12 yards of broken and cut up decking and framing. A drop in the bucket. Have you seen the landfill recently? Wow what a quickly expanding trash soup! Thank you Ryan Laws and Constructive Innovation for trusting us with your selective demolition needs.
#constructiveinnovation #salavage
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