Denco Is Committed To The Environment

At Denco, we understand the importance of preserving the environment and reducing waste while at the same time helping the client remain within budget in pursuit of their dream. Often, a client will have usable items from their current office that they would like to repurpose for the new space. We make every effort to accommodate this desire, but unfortunately this is not always possible.

Salvaging and storing items during a build can actually add to the final cost of the project. Sometimes, simply dismantling an item is not possible. If it is, the extra man-hours needed for proper handling, preserving, and packaging in addition to the storage fees and costs for modifying the pieces to fit the new office can sometimes be twice the cost of disposing of these items and building new. This is not always the case, but when salvaging and reusing is not within the client’s new design concept or within their budget, we make every effort to keep the materials out of our landfills.

We work closely with local charities that have invested themselves on behalf of the less fortunate in order to build homes, support programs to aid the underprivileged, and create jobs. They are grateful to Denco when offered items they can repurpose for their needs.

Below is a partial list of the local businesses that we were able to donate items for re-purposing that would otherwise have gone to a landfill.
Gold Canyon Heart and Home
Alongside Ministries
Stardust Building Supplies
Scottsdale Little League
Sunshine Acres Children’s Home
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Lindsey Springfield

Our star project manager celebrates 20 years at Denco Dental!
“Lindsey, thank you for your dedicated career of 20 years with Denco and helping make Dreams Come True and making a difference in all you do!”