Demolition is one of the most interesting parts of construction work. At one point we have to demolish old buildings either for safety reasons or to make room for new buildings.
What is demolition?
This is the process of deliberate dismantling of a building by pre-planned or controlled methods. However, there’s more to demolition than meets the eye.
Different steps are involved in the process:
- Site consultation
- Removal of hazardous materials
- Site preparation
- And safety measures
Commercial vs Residential Demolition
You might think that demolition follows the same process for both residential and commercial buildings. But that’s not the case, mainly because most of the time the buildings are built differently.
Commercial buildings are also usually bigger than most residential. As a result, commercial demolition tends to be more hectic and demanding. Different equipment may also be used depending on the building material.
But, for either situation, having an expert team complete the demolition for you can save you a lot of time and money.
What Happens After a Demolition…?
The demolition of a structure is followed by grading services and re-sloping.
Grading is done to make the ground flat while re-sloping services are needed to adjust the existing slope and it is basically for aesthetic purposes. It could also be to channel water away from the foundation of a building.
In the end, commercial and residential demolition projects require consideration that is unique to their composition. The level of expertise and the success of the demolition lies with the contractor company you go for.
Want Demolition Services in Beaumont?
For the residents of Beaumont and the surrounding areas, Lark Group, Inc specializes in commercial and residential demolition projects. For quality output, contact us today, and let’s start on your demolition project.