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What are the Red Flags to Avoid When Hiring a Demolition Contractor?

February 7th, 2020

If you are planning on undertaking any construction process, it would require you to put a great amount of trust to your contractor. You are most likely to face several risks in entrusting a certain construction job to people you barely know. Same applies to hiring a demolition contractor. It is not advisable to select […]

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Ways to Estimate the Cost of a Commercial Demolition Project

January 22nd, 2020

Commercial demolition projects are a lot complicated and figuring out ways to estimate its cost are carried out in a systematic process. Below are some of them. Total Area of the Commercial Demolition Project One of the first few things to consider in assessing the cost of a commercial demolition project is the total area […]

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Why Residential Demolition Projects Require Professional Demolition Contractors

January 6th, 2020

With the birth of the do-it-yourself (DIY) culture, people are starting to take matters into their own hands. Every task is one click away as instructions to everything becomes readily available for the public’s perusal. However, what many does not know is that there are certain tasks too complicated for a simple Google search. Here […]

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Importance of Sustainable Management of Demolition Waste

December 17th, 2019

The work carried out through demolition can involve a lot of waste and debris. In a typical passion, demolition contractors usually collect and bring in demolition waste and put them straight to landfills. There, the waste will just wait to be decomposed naturally. So, imagine putting up a lot of non-biodegradable debris from the demolition […]

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Total Site Clearing after Demolition: Reasons Why Correct Procedures Must Be Followed

December 10th, 2019

In a demolition project, a lot of processes are involved to ensure a smooth transition from planning to the demolition itself. Most of the time, demolitions are performed to give way to a new building structure since the existing structure cannot be retrofitted or extended anymore. After the demolition proper, one necessary action is to […]

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How to Ensure Success in Your Demolition Project

November 22nd, 2019

If you have bought a lot with a building on it, you might want to think about your next step for this situation. Some property owners would convert and retrofit this existing building into something useful. There are property owners, however, who will find a contractor that will perform a demolition job for this existing […]

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Understand Office Building Strip Out Inclusions: Contact Simcat Demolitions

November 5th, 2019

After years of hard work and dedication to your craft, your business is finally thriving. For you to maintain the upward trend of your company, you decided to expand your office space to accommodate more employees. Luckily, a huge room right across your office has been vacated since last week and is now up for […]

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The Importance of Following Safety Precautions in Demolition of Fire Damaged Structures

October 22nd, 2019

While it is always important to practice the correct safety precautions when demolishing any type of structure, it is doubly so when performing this action to fire damaged structures. Not only does the fire weaken the framework and foundation of the building, house or other constructed element, it also can uncover and even disperse hazardous […]

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The Factors that You Must Consider When Hiring a Demolition Company

October 8th, 2019

When a house or building outlives its usefulness in its present condition, it often times requires demolition in some form to renovate it or replace it with a new one. Demolishing these types of structures even partially is a complex procedure that requires expert knowledge and techniques to perform it lawfully, efficiently and safely. It […]

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Learn About the Different Types of Asbestos and the Reasons for Proper Handling

September 26th, 2019

Asbestos is a broad term for six naturally occurring minerals. All are made up of thin, long fibrous crystals, which contain microscopic fibrils that with abrasion and other actions can be released into the air. When these fibrils are inhaled, they have been known to cause various types of health issues, such as asbestosis and […]

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