Whether you need a complete home removal, leveling of a large building, or demolishing of an entire shopping mall, Birmingham Landscape Designer has the track record for safe and cost effective production for your demolition needs. From implosion to more traditional methods, Birmingham Landscape Designer has the expertise to make sure you have a safe and complete demolition.
Residences sometimes become condemned or become damaged from a natural disaster such as flooding or a fire. From the front porch to the attic, we have knocked down walls, ripped out porches and leveled houses. No job is too small or too large.
Larger structures such as condemned office buildings, abandoned strip malls, schools that have been replaced, Birmingham Landscape Designer has demolished them all. Some structures become hazardous and be removed carefully so as to not contaminate the public. We strive to keep the environment and the community safe while we complete your project. After the site has been demolished, cleanup crews will sort and recycle as many materials as they can.
Interior demolition can run you anywhere from $2,000 to $20,000. Taking a home down to the studs and completely demolishing interior walls and ceilings is a dangerous and costly job. Asbestos or lead paint projects have added requirements and fees for permits and licensing. Knowing where plumbing and electrical lines are is of vital importance and usually requires a demolition expert. Birmingham Landscape Designer can handle interior demolition as well as structural foundation removal. Most interior demolitions don’t involve removing all floors, walls, and ceilings. Experienced demolition experts like the ones at Birmingham Landscape Designer know how to do proper interior demo without damaging remaining walls, flooring, and ceilings. Commercial interior demolition needs to meet different building code and construction requirements so the price is usually slightly higher than that of a residential interior demolition.
Interior demolition pricing is determined by room and material being removed. This can consist of removing an entire home, a room, or just a wall or floor. Materials being removed range from tile flooring to drywall. Structures such as cabinets or attached furniture, add labor and debris removal costs. Larger structures or fixtures such as fireplaces and bathtubs have their own added cost to demo and remove from the site.
Demolition isn’t the only way to remove interior structures or entire buildings. Deconstruction is another option for those who don’t mind spending the extra money and time. Deconstruction involves a controlled method of removal that preserves the majority of materials for future use. This is excellent for the environment and also a tax write off. Demolition is never a project that should be conducted by an amateur. Always consult a professional demolition expert before you start any tear down or remodel project. If you are in the greater Birmingham area, call the best demolition expert in town! Call Birmingham Landscape Designer for a free consultation!