But aside from residential demolition, we also operate a service for businesses as well - whatever the size. In some ways it is rare for a contractor to offer both. Why? Because you need significantly more manpower and equipment to bring down a large building in a commercial area. There are also more considerations in terms of insurance, the legal aspects. It’s clear: if you want to perform a controlled explosion in an area where there are other buildings nearby, it is a whole different kettle of fish. Keep on reading to see how we navigate these choppy waters.
C vs. R - Demolition wars
Commercial demolition work compared to residential demolition work is a bit like comparing David and Goliath. It is also a bit like comparing an elephant and a mouse. However, there is a bit of a spectrum. After all, houses can sometimes be quite big. Office blocks can sometimes be quite small. So it is not quite a question of category. However, most of the time, commercial demolition comes with more considerations and residential demolition concerns the detail, the emotion and the extra touches. Business is a bit more straight down the middle. As a general rule of thumb - we approach all of our work in the same professional manner, however we are well-placed to understand the specific requirements of commercial work.
Business To Business
We are a business as well, don’t forget. That is why we are well positioned to engage with you on a relatable level. When you come to us for a demolition job, it is useful for us to know what you intend to do with the location afterwards. This is because there may be things we can tweak in the demolition to help you out, materials we can try to save. Also, we can discuss contracting the clean up job as well. Additionally, we are able to get the planning done mostly behind the scenes and we can plan the job at hand to make sure that it gets in the way of as few of your working days as possible.
Step one is that you approach us with the demolition job. We will listen patiently to the terms and conditions. We will try to understand exactly why you want the job done and what you want from the finished article. Then, our team of experts and engineers will come and perform a routine inspection. We will put together a plan of logistics and a time frame which we will present for your agreement. Once that is all taken care of and we have all agreed on the different aspects of the job - we will do what we do best and bring that baby down! The operation will be smooth and will go off without a hitch, you can be sure of that! Get in touch today to find out more.
We have been operating with business for long enough to ensure a great reputation. You won’t regret choosing us and you will feel grateful to have us on side during the process.