It’s one thing to knock down a wall in your home, but it’s another to demolish an industrial-sized building. With the latter, the stakes are much higher. There’s greater room for error, and the consequences for mistakes are more severe.
These jobs require precision, extensive safety training, and careful planning. Thinking about scheduling demolition services for your industrial property? Here’s what this service typically entails:
Hazardous Material Disposal
Some areas may need to be decontaminated or neutralized before demolition can occur. Examples include areas with:
- Lead paint
- Chemical fumes
Exposure to these hazards, even in small doses, can lead to health issues like skin and lung conditions. Demolishing structures with these materials requires caution. Once the material is removed from the industrial site, it needs to be labeled and disposed of in a designated location.
We understand the risks inherent in these types of jobs. That’s why we have all the necessary training when it comes to properly disposing of hazardous materials. All of our contractors are bonded, licensed, and insured.
Performing demolition services in an industrial building is incredibly complex. Whether it’s selective interior demolition or knocking down an entire structure, these projects require attention to detail, experience, and diligence.
It’s important to consider each step of the demolition process to avoid injuries. By surveying the area ahead of time, we can identify any safety risks that could arise during the demolition, and plan for them accordingly.
Without this crucial step, contractors may remove a wall that will weaken a section of the structure. Contractors must identify any load-bearing walls so they aren’t removed without the proper support.
We employ high-grade equipment to perform our demolition services in industrial locations.
During the planning stage, we provide our clients with a quote for the project. It takes into account all the services and labor that will be required. We’ll also give you a timeline for how long the project could take.
When you’re demolishing a building, you end up with a substantial amount of rubble, garbage, and construction debris. What happens if your demolition workers leave it all behind? You’ll end up with hours of additional work on your hands, which can be costly to your business.
At Bella Contracting, our debris removal service is detailed and thorough; we aim to make it look like we were never there. When disposing of these materials, we recycle as much as possible to minimize our impact on the environment.
The contractors will survey the area to make sure each task was done properly, leaving no safety hazards or unfinished work behind. The job isn’t finished until we know our client is satisfied with our work.
Choosing the Right Demolition Contractors
You want to trust your project in the hands of experts. Our NJ demolition services are what you need for a safe and thorough industrial demolition project. At Bella Contracting, we have over 20 years of experience with commercial demolition.
With each project we take on, we prioritize safety, quality, and customer service. Contact us today, and we’ll give you a quote within 24 hours.