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Year: 2018

Some Factors that Will Determine Residential Demolition Cost

Blog | December 17th, 2018

Many times, home renovations require partial or full demolitions to ensure that the ideal results can come to fruition in a satisfactory, quality fashion. Homeowners need to be certain to include the cost of the demolition services into their total budgetary allowance for their specific refurbishments to understand whether or not they can truly afford […]

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Pre-Demolition Inspection: What are the Most Important Factors to Consider?

Blog | December 4th, 2018

Pre-demolition inspections take many shapes. There are papers and permits to fill, blank forms to fill in, and checklists to complete. Filling in the checklist, the foreman-in-charge is keeping the work personnel and the local community safe, assuming the project is located in a city, of course. There are danger signs to post, fences to […]

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Partial Demolition Failures and How They Can Be Prevented

Blog | November 20th, 2018

Partial demolition projects should be easier to carry out than a full-on demolition. All things considered, there’s less material to break down and remove when the work calls for a partially rendered service, right? That’s not necessarily true. Think of the actions that are being taken in this job. It’s a fragmented approach, and there’s […]

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Safety Measures When Doing Asbestos Checking and Sampling

Blog | November 15th, 2018

Asbestos is a known respiration debilitating material. It’s abrasive, capable of scarring healthy lungs, and there’s even evidence that the silicate substance possesses carcinogenic properties. That means exposure to asbestos can cause cancer. Once used to insulate and fireproof buildings, an entire industry has grown up around asbestos removal procedures. Keeping such material hazards in […]

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Tips on How to Avoid a Commercial Demolition Failure

Blog | October 26th, 2018

Whether you require a partial or full demolition of your commercial building, you need to ensure that it comes about in a successful fashion. Unless you do this, your demolition will be a failure in one way or another and people could even become injured. We offer the following tips on how to avoid a […]

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Partial and Specialised Demolition Work: The Dangers When This Is Not Done Correctly

Blog | October 16th, 2018

Demolition is the act of deconstructing part or all of a structure in order to prepare the site for a new project. While you can well imagine the dangers associated with a full demolition, a partial and specialised demolition also carries its own dangers or hazards when it is not done correctly. There are obvious […]

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A Guide to Commercial Building Strip Out Services in Melbourne

Blog | September 27th, 2018

Sometimes, demolition services opt for the blank slate approach. The wall wrecking and floor deconstructing work are put on hold when this bare-bones method is called upon by a commercial client. Known as a building strip out service, this operation proceeds as a series of carefully directed waste removal actions. Here, in the heart of […]

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Demolition and Site Clearing Services in Melbourne

Blog | September 14th, 2018

Many times, property owners have to hire contractors to perform demolition and site clearing services on various types of structures in order to prepare the site for a new building. To accomplish these tasks, contractors turn to a manual, deconstruction or implosion method. It depends upon the complexity of the structure as to which method […]

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Labour Hire in Melbourne: A Checklist to Help in Choosing the Right One for Your Project

Blog | August 27th, 2018

When you need additional help for one of your projects, there are two basic ways to go about it. One way is to hire permanent employees either directly or through a recruitment company. The second way is to turn to a company that specialises in ‘labour hire’ services. With the second method, you receive highly […]

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How Asbestos Sampling Procedure is Done

Blog | August 14th, 2018

Asbestos sampling procedures necessitate exacting safety measures. The material is hazardous. Respiratory irritation is one short-term risk here, with lung cancer and mesothelioma representing two of a host of the possible long-term health risks. Exposure to these hazards is not permissible, which is why the procedure mandates the use of respiratory gear. From this point […]

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