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Post-Demolition Debris Cleanup Services
Tasks such as cleaning, picking up, separating, and removing debris fall under demolition and removal of debris. These tasks involve heavy equipment that you might not have access to, which is why you need to get professional help. If you’re looking for help with demolition and removal of debris, you can call us.
What can we help you with?
It can be quite difficult to deal with wood, concrete, steel, drywall, and tiling without any professional tools. All these tasks require some experience, and after the job is done, you have to deal with the mess as well.
The professional team at Green Restoration can help you remove and deal with all kinds of construction debris, including frames, plasterboards, windows, floorboards, shingles, corrugated iron, sheetrock, tiling, drywall, etc.
Not only can we take care of debris after removal, but we also specialize in other junk removal services such as the removal or disposal of yard waste, alliance, trash, furniture, mattress, television, e-waste, garbage, and refrigerator.
Whatever your needs are, we are here to take care of them.
What steps do we follow?
To give you a clear idea regarding our process, here are the steps that we take when taking your house apart.
Step 1: Determining the best demolition technique
Since there is more than one way to demolish your house, the first thing we decide is the best method. The first method is mechanical demolition, which is the most common kind of demolition. Here we use hydraulic excavators and other heavy machines to tear your house down, and the debris is then taken away using a dumpster or a trailer. This is a cheaper and faster solution.
The second method is deconstruction, which manually entails tearing your house apart, piece by piece. This is an environment-friendly approach. However, some projects require both of these methods, and we provide you with that as well.
Step 2: Find a contractor for the job.
Then we find a good demolition contractor who can help with the entire demolition process. We only hire licensed demolition contractors, and they will provide you with estimates and proposals in writing.
Then our house inspectors will carry on with the rest of the steps.
Step 3: Inspect your house.
Step 4: Get the necessary permits.
Step 5: Disconnect all services, including electricity, sewage, gas, and water.
Step 6: Making sure the process is safe for the residents living there.
Step 7: Tearing down the house.
Step 8: Removing all debris.
Why choose us
We know the first step is as important as the last one. Once the house has been demolished, the site can be a mess, and we don’t leave it like that. Debris removal means that we even get rid of the dirt. We make sure that everything that can be reused or recycled is kept separate.
So, if you’re looking for high-quality demolition and debris removal services, you should call us today!