At a first glance, demolition of a building appears to be a simple thing; a wrecking ball and the job is done. However, things are not as simple as we would like to think. Demolition work is a complex job that has its difficulties and is generally, performed by specialized companies.

Demolition Site

Residential Demolition

Residential demolitions occur for several reasons, such as:

1| Demolition of an old building to make space to a new condominium complex
2| Demolition of different dilapidated constructions that are not safe anymore or for aesthetic reasons
3| Demolition of parts of your home, as part of an upgrading process

Even if you want to demolish the entire house, or only different features of your household such as outdated decks, ugly carports, uneven walkways, you need a professional company that can handle the whole process. A professional company will do the job from A to Z. Your place will be clean without any debris, No risk for your physical safety, no property damage.

When hiring a demolition contractor, the most important thing is to find an experienced, bonded, professional, which can perform a good job, according to your requirements. A good contractor will do a qualitative job and in time.

Residential Building Demolition

Demolition of a Residential Building

Commercial Demolition

Commercial demolition covers a wide area from small jobs as removal of junk or large-scale demolition such as demolition of factories, old shopping centers, etc

It is obvious that these large-scale demolitions can be made only by larges and experienced companies that are equipped with the necessary equipment.

Demolition Tools

The scale of demolition work dictates the necessary tools and equipment. All depends of the size and complexity of the job, but generally, contractors may use bulldozers or backhoes, cranes, sledgehammers, pry bars, trucks, etc