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Project demolition is the process of removing an entire or partial structure of anything from a home to a shopping centre, commercial buildings and anything in between. If you think the process of demolition is just knocking down a few walls with excavators and dozers, think again. There are a number of processes involved to ensure the ultimate safety of all parties involved. Planning and execution are paramount for a demolition project to be successful, especially if asbestos is involved.
Like previously stated, making sure you have a fundamentally sound plan to execute is one of the main factors in ensuring your demolition project is successful. Inspecting the building's structural integrity is vital. Making sure that no unexpected collapses occur.
There are a number of considerations you should be aware of including:
Before starting a major structural demolition project, the required permits and qualifications need to be completed before starting. Conducting a risk assessment is also required to ensure that the correct demolition procedure is followed for maximum safety. Preparing a plan for good conditions is essential but preparing a backup plan for if or when the project goes south is beneficial.
Safely removing asbestos before conducting any form of demolition is vital. If these asbestos fibres become disturbed, they float into the air and are small enough to be breathed in, causing deadly long-lasting health concerns. Asbestos should only be removed by trained professionals and with the correct equipment and processes before starting to demolish a structure. Asbestos removal can be a timely process depending on the amount located, so be patient.
Before any sort of project demolition occurs, an experienced demolition company will ensure that the following processes are completed before work commences:
If you are looking to demolish a house to rebuild a new one or getting rid of a section of your building, the team at Wombat Hire are able to assist you with any demolition project you need. We are specialists in demolition and ensure the ultimate safety of all parties involved. Give Wombat hire a call or fill out our online enquiry form to find out more!
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