What is Building Demolition?
Building Demolition is defined as exactly as it sounds. It is the demolition of a building or commercial structure. This type of demolition is usually done by the owner of a property, developer, specialty contractor or a general contractor hired by the owner. Building Demolition is usually necessary for a number of different reasons. A few of these reasons include: the building is no longer safe to occupy in its current condition, more parking in needed for surrounding buildings, or a developer requires a different type structure for his/her vision.
Selecting a Building Demolition Contractor
Building Demolition must always be performed by a fully licensed and insured demolition contractor or demolition company. The process of building demolition is done with complex equipment which may include skid steers, large excavators, cranes, processors and shears. All of these machines must be operated by trained professionals to ensure a safe/accident free demolition project.
Recycling and Waste
In the current age of environmental awareness it is important your demolition contractor is knowledgeable of material with salvage or recycling value. Any material that can be diverted from our overcrowding landfills by salvaging and reselling or recycled for profits not only benefits our environment, it saves you money! A few items with salvage value in building demolition include doors, windows, HVAC units, fire suppression equipment, electrical components, and plumbing fixtures. Several items that have recyclable value include different types of metal, wiring, concrete (in certain areas), and structural brick.
Demolition Connection works closely with Owners and Contractors to ensure you are connected with the right local demolition contractor for your project. Demolition Connection will connect you with a qualified professional in your area to guarantee successful completion of your building demolition project at an affordable price.