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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.

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