Reconstruction/Deconstruction

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Deconstruction is the process by which a home is dismantled. This process has implications in a non-disaster setting but is most common following a major flooding event such as that which followed Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans.

Section I: Deconstruction[edit]

  1. Evaluation
  2. Prep
  3. Debris Removal
  4. Trim, Frame, and Cabinet Removal
  5. Wall Removal
  6. De-nailing and De-wiring