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One Man’s Trash…

Phase One of this project in Devon, PA included removal of the rear deck to make way for a new addition. We’ll be back for interior demo of the existing kitchen and a few other areas after the addition is … Continue reading

You Never Know What’s Behind The Walls

I love working in old buildings in the city… You never know what you’ll find behind the walls. Keep your eye on the back corner of this kitchen in a rowhome in Fairmount. Turns out an inexplicable brick bumped-out corner … Continue reading

Decon ’13

Traveled to Seattle this week to attend Decon ’13… https://deconexpo.org/ Met some great people and am inspired by various efforts around the country to promote and foster the reuse of building materials and the reduction of landfill deposits of C&D debris. … Continue reading

Announcing Our Salvage Gallery

We often get inquiries about specific items from people looking for salvaged goods.  First off, let me commend those of you who are interested in reusing materials and fixtures as an alternative to purchasing new!  Whether the motive is to … Continue reading

The Sinking House

This is what happens years later when you build a house over a pile of buried brush and debris and the back corner starts sinking away from the rest of the house… The whole corner’s got to be redone!  Best … Continue reading

The Sleepcation

I just invented something. And this is not an “I-have-a-great-idea-for-an-invention” sort of thing – this exists now. I just used it this weekend, and you can too. I call my invention “The Sleepcation.” I don’t know about you, but I … Continue reading

Choosing the Right Vendor

How do you approach the process of and decision behind choosing vendors to do business with? It’s important for me to make a personal connection with the person behind the ad, computer screen, counter, or phone line. To see where … Continue reading

Pantano & Sons Hosts 2-Day Safety Training

Regulation compliance is a never-ending task. Let’s face it: at times it’s a chore. But being safe isn’t a matter of compliance; it’s a necessity given the two most important things in our lives – our health and our families. … Continue reading