04/04/2018

4 Items to Salvage and Repurpose From Your Building Demolition

When you hire a demolition company, you’re probably thinking about destroying it all so you can get to the rebuild. But the truth is that some older buildings may contain salvageable items that can be repurposed in projects and other buildings on your property.

You can even have the demolition company notified that you want to salvage items so they can take steps to avoid totally destroying the entire building. Here are four of the items you should consider salvaging and repurposing before and during the demolition process.

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31/01/2018

Safety First: How Contractors Minimise Risk During Demolitions

Demolition can sound like a scary procedure, and it's true that it can be extremely dangerous. Professional demolition companies keep health and safety as top-grade priorities, no matter what, and they do many things to reduce risk.

If you're a homeowner concerned about safety around your home during a demolition procedure, it may help you to know exactly what choices are being made — and what procedures are in place — to ensure the safest environment possible.

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31/01/2018

How to Prepare for Demolition on Your Residential Property

Planning a demolition project is something that always requires a lot of care. For obvious reasons, demolition can be a dangerous process if it's not handled correctly, so it can sometimes take longer than people expect before the actual work begins.

Although no two jobs are exactly the same, there are certain things a demolition company will look for in order to proceed safely. This makes preparation fairly streamlined, but there are a few occasions where extra factors might delay the demolition work.

Here are some of the things that can require a bit of extra care and planning to handle properly.

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17/01/2018

How to Prepare for Demolition on Your Residential Property

Whether you're tearing down an irreparable house or a secondary structure near your home, demolition can feel like an intimidating prospect. Not only can the project encompass a large scale of work, but demolition means having a full crew of professionals and heavy equipment on your land for an extended period of time.

Most homeowners contemplating demolition have never overseen a demolition site before, much less one so close to where they live. Adequate preparation before your residential demolition day can ensure that you feel confident turning your property over to experienced workers for teardown.

In this blog, we guide you through the process of preparing for an upcoming domestic demolition project.

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