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Domestic Demolition


Domestic demolition refers to the process of demolishing residential buildings or structures, such as houses, garages, sheds, and other small-scale buildings. This type of demolition typically involves the dismantling, tearing down, or complete removal of a structure to make way for new construction, renovations, or land development.

Here are some key aspects of domestic demolition:

  1. Permitting: Before starting a domestic demolition project, you may be required to obtain permits from local authorities to ensure compliance with regulations and safety standards.

  2. Planning and assessment: A thorough assessment of the structure to be demolished is essential to determine the most appropriate demolition method, potential hazards, and necessary precautions.

  3. Safety considerations: Safety is paramount in any demolition project. Proper safety measures, equipment, and precautions should be in place to protect workers, surrounding structures, and the environment.

  4. Waste management: Proper disposal of demolition waste, including debris, hazardous materials, and recyclable materials, is important to ensure environmental responsibility and compliance with regulations.

  5. Site preparation and cleanup: Site preparation, including disconnecting utilities, securing the site, and removing any hazardous materials, is typically done before demolition. Cleanup and removal of debris is done after demolition is complete.

Domestic demolition should be carried out by experienced professionals like us who have the expertise, equipment, and knowledge to safely and efficiently demolish residential structures.

Some of our recent domestic demolitions:

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