If you recognize any of these clues, then it’s time to call Atlanta’s top demolition experts.
Demolition sounds fun on the surface. Grab a hammer and go to town. Well, there’s a lot more to it than that. If you’re not sure if you need the help of demolition experts, read on to find out.
Have you ever thought about how much work it takes to demolish all or part of a building? Knocking down walls sounds like a blast… until that wall happens to support the ceiling and above floors. It can all come crashing down.
There’s some serious work involved when you want all or part of your residential or commercial property gone. We dedicate entire teams to the task, and we want you informed about the best way to get your project completed.
Doing it yourself
There’s always the option of doing projects yourself. Assuming you have unlimited time and resources.
When talking about time, it’s not just the time to knock over the existing structure and remove the debris. There’s also the time it will take to get the permits, the inspections, and learning how to operate the heavy machinery that makes completing the task possible.
Can you see how this all adds up? Demolition experts already know how to get the job done. If you are in the Atlanta area, the experts at Revere Construction and Roofing (RCR) will help save you from the massive time investment.
How to know if you need the help of demolition experts:
- The presence of mold spores. Mold damage is a significant risk factor whenever there has been a history of water damage. Are you comfortable with putting your health at risk by exposing your lungs to mold spores? Without proper training and safety equipment, this can be a significant factor in why it’s best to contact demolition experts.
- Electrical/Plumbing lines run throughout the space. The presence of utility lines is why most people reach out to RCR for help with their demolition project first place. Whenever there are multiple lines throughout an area, it’s essential to make sure they are properly shut off, so the rest of the property doesn’t deal with unnecessary outages. Plus, the risk of electrical shock is enough for most people to look into outsourcing the work.
- Debris after initial demolition is complete. Did you know that knocking down the structure is only half of the manual labor? The other half comes from the removal of the waste produced during the demolition. There are numerous hazards involved from the presence of sharp objects and dust; hazards demolition experts are trained to navigate, so you don’t have to put yourself at risk.
Let RCR do the work and get your time back!
There are many things homeowners and property managers can do themselves. Operating heavy machinery to demolish a structure doesn’t have to be one of them. You can rent the machinery, but why put in the time to learn how to use it?
Leave the job to the professionals. We already have the experience necessary to get the job done the right way, in the least amount of time.
RCR has the reputation of being the best in the business because of our dedication to customer satisfaction. Let us know how we can help via our contact page, and we’ll be in touch as soon as possible.
If you find yourself in any of these situations, give us a call and let the demolition experts take care of your project!