What Should Demolition Cleanup Entail?

If you have a residential or commercial structure that needs to be demolished and that isn’t something you have done before, you might not know what to expect in terms of demolition cleanup. It doesn’t help that not every demolition contractor approaches this part of the project the same. If you are comparing proposals from different companies, be sure you know what their idea of demolition cleanup entails and insist that it is explained in detail in writing on the proposal.

What Should Demolition Cleanup Entail?

Demolition cleanup can mean anything from removing just the large materials to making your site completely ready for building. If you get a really low bid, it is likely they aren’t doing nearly as much to ready the property for the next phase of your project. A comprehensive demolition cleanup would include the removal and hauling off of all debris, including any that contain asbestos or mold, and taking the added step of grading and perhaps even laying out seed and straw on the areas of the property that won’t be developed.

When you choose us at Double D Construction Services, Inc. for demolition and demolition cleanup for your Winston-Salem, North Carolina project, you can rest assured that your proposal will outline all aspects that we are including in the quote. We aren’t afraid to do a bit of extra work to guarantee your complete satisfaction. We have been in business since 1995, so it is safe to say that we know what we are doing and that includes making our customers happy. We have no issues taking care of mold, asbestos, and any other complications that might be involved. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation to learn more about our demolition cleanup services.