ServiceMaster Restoration by Timeless not only offer restoration services but also demolition and construction services. Our large team of experts allows us to cover every aspect of restoration, construction and demolition allowing us to help thousands and thousands of families get their lives back on track.
What Is Demolition?
Demolition is the word used to describe a range of services that includes clearing of a site, dismantling of a building structure, industrial recovery and salvage. It is a highly sophisticated task that involves using a range of hydraulic equipment with attachments, cranes, bulldozers, wrecking balls and even explosives in some instances. If you have a building that you are looking to retain certain elements of by having it taken apart with care you need to look for deconstruction services and not demolition. This is a mistake that people often make, as they confuse the two or believe they are the same thing. If you’re not sure which service you need exactly just give the team here at ServiceMaster Restoration by Timeless a call and we will be more than happy to give you some pointers.
What To Expect From Our Demolition Service
So you’ve pretty certain that you want to have a building demolished, and you’re interested in our demolition service. But do you know the actual steps and process required in a demolition project in order to ensure the demolition is legal?
The planning stage
This will involve scoping out the area around the building and who else could be affected by the demolition and whether it is seen as a historical building. Often permission will be needed from local authorities to bring down a building. Once this has been established planning around how the building is going to be demolished will take place and this will involve discussion of which methods and tools will be needed.
It is important that all the preparation is done before any demolition takes place, including making sure that all the right precautions are in place and ensuring the costs of the demolition have been accounted for. A building inspection will then have to take place to check that it is safe to carry out the demolition. This stage will sometimes involve the clearing out of the building contents too.
The demolition stage
Following the preparation then comes the demolition stage, this is the point where the building is actually brought down after much careful planning and preparation.
The clean-up stage
This is the last step and it can sometimes be quite costly to bring in experienced excavators, but it is important that this is done correctly and there is no dangerous residue left after the demolition.
Interested In Our Demolition Service?
If you’ve got any questions about our services or even just building demolition in general then please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Give us a call or get in touch online and one of our demolition experts will be able to answer any questions or concerns you may have and get you well on your way to getting your demolition completed and cleaned up.
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