Garrison Company Single Story Demolition In Columbus, Ohio
Our demolition division is involved in the demolition of all types of structures, bridges, and burnouts. The projects we handle all buildings multiple story demolition and residential demolition. The demolition process is usually accomplished using excavators equipped with special buckets. No cranes with breaker balls are used for the type of demolition that is handled through Garrison Demolition services.
Single Story Up to 3 Stories Structure Demolition
Houses - Barns - Garages - Sheds - Decks - Fences
MULTIPLE-LEVEL & LANDFILL- RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL - BURNOUTS & WATER DANAGE
Questions You Should Ask.....
Starting a new business, building a new home, or beginning a commercial construction project is an exciting time for any new business owner. Occasionally, in order to begin your new construction project, you first have to demolish an old one. Knowing where to find the right demolition contractors to take care of the destruction and removal maybe hard to decide here some question you can ask. If you’re not sure who is and isn’t a qualified demolition contractor, ask these 10 questions before you hire a demolition contractor.
1 ) What is your process for ensuring safety and efficiency?
2 ) Are you a licensed demolition contractor?
3 ) Do you have general liability insurance that includes the wrecking of buildings?
4 ) What is the cost estimate?
5 ) Do you have a list of 3-5 reliable references?
6 ) Have you performed similar jobs before?
7 ) Will you handle the cleanup and recycling of the demolished materials?
If so, is that pricing included in the original cost estimate?
8 ) Has an asbestos survey for suspect asbestos containing materials been conducted on the property?
9 ) Will you get the local city and municipal permits?
10 ) Is there a cancellation policy?
All Construction Projects – whether it’s large commercial projects or smaller residential jobs – creates rubbish and requires removal. Trash from project material packaging, cutoffs of material, scrap, demolition debris, are the normal by-products of a building project. But cleaning all this up, hauling it out, and disposing of it is not really a part of construction.
Three Tips To Improve Your Construction Debris Removal Process
Large construction companies normally have vehicles and personal to take care of cleaning and hauling their rubbish. But not every contractor can or wants to be tasked with their own construction debris removal. It is time-consuming and takes resources away from the project they are working on.
Be sure to get a free onsite estimate
A quality removal company will not readily give you an estimate over the phone for this type of work. They should come to your site and work with you to determine the scope and potential volume of debris that will be produced. We will give you an estimate including all phases of the removal work including recurring pick-ups and removal.
Guarantee you can access both one-time and recurring debris pick-up and removal
You already know that larger construction projects can generate debris at a pace and in amounts that cannot be left to the end of the job. This means needing a number of scheduled pick-ups and removal throughout the whole project. In addition, depending on the location of the project and the nature of the work, periodic clean-up may be needed for aesthetic and public safety reasons. Check out the laws in your city on recycling and disposal of the waist some things we cannot pick up and dispose of safely.
Recycle and repurpose materials and waste debris wherever possible
Your local agencies, as well as the Federal and State agencies, have specific requirements for the proper handling and disposal of various materials and substances. This means that whoever is ultimately tasked with removing and disposing of construction projects be knowledgeable in this area. Garrison Company Hauling and Demolition will make use of the proper disposal sites and methods, while recycling as much of the materials as possible.