• Katrin Lenner

What Services Are Provided by Demolition Contractors


Demolition contractors are those who provide services related to the demolition of buildings or structures. This can include anything from tearing down a wall to imploding a skyscraper. Demolition contractors typically work on a variety of projects, both big and small.


Some demolition contractors specialize in certain types of demolitions, such as residential or commercial properties. Others may focus on one particular method of demolition, such as using explosives. Some may even offer green demolition services, which reuse or recycle as much of the debris from the demolition as possible.


No matter what type of demolition project you need completed, there is likely a contractor out there who can help you get it done safely and efficiently. Here is a closer look at some of the services that these professionals can provide.


One of the most common types of demolitions performed by contractors is the demolition of an entire building. This could be anything from an old home that is being torn down to make way for new construction to a large office tower that is being demolished because it is no longer needed. In either case, the contractor will first need to assess the property and develop a plan for how best to proceed with the demolition.


Once the plan is in place, the contractor will then begin tearing down the structure using whatever methods are necessary. This could involve breaking up concrete with jackhammers, using hydraulic excavators to tear down walls, or even using explosives to bring down taller buildings. The goal is always to safely and efficiently remove all traces of the original structure so that new construction can begin in its place.

Residential Demolition Services


In addition to commercial buildings, many homeowners also hire contractors for residential demolitions when they are ready to build anew on their property. This might involve something as simple as taking down an old shed in preparation for putting up a new garage or completely leveling an older home so that a brand-new house can be built in its place.

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