Many property owners assume that residential demolitions are done on houses that are no longer habitable. Not true. While many homes need to be demolished due to severe damage, abandonment or code violations, these are not the only cases that home demolitions are reserved for. A residential demolition can be done to remove any residential structure. We typically demolish small, non-habitable structures (such as sheds, pergolas or decks) to make way for new structures. Some structures can be condemned and are no longer viable, but the land that they are on is prime residential real estate. Demolishing the old structure's footprint clears the way for a new home to be built.
Our building demolition services have been secured to demolish patios, sheds, mobile homes/trailers, decks, detached garages, docks, small workshops, small barns, pergolas and gazebos.
Please note: Older structures can have sections that are weakened or have rotted away completely - which could eventually collapse. If only part of the structure is affected, demolishing that section can help preserve the rest of the structure. An engineer may have to be called in in such cases.
Building demolitions sometimes involve working with the fickleness of Mother Nature, understanding building materials, working with debris, physics, mass and gravity throughout the demolition process. Commercial and home demolition (at its core) is the systematic tearing down of human engineered structures in a safe and efficient manner - whether you're razing a building or even just taking down a chicken coop. Professional, commercial and industrial demolition contractors excel at taking down homes, commercial office buildings, aging structures, abandoned and dilapidated buildings, as well as buildings that need to be repurposed. Our demolition partners are professional demolition contractors that use heavy equipment, such as excavators, metal shears, grapple attachments and loaders to safely and cost-effectively get the job ready for the land's next chapter.
In the world of building demolitions, delays cost money. The crews we work with will survey, plan and prepare your commercial or industrial demolition project meticulously so that everyone stays safe and so that we all stay on-time and on-budget. With decades of experience in demolition, we understand the keys to success and having your building removed.
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