Are you a commercial property owner planning a demolition and remodelling project? If so, there are certain things you should be aware of before you start, especially if this is your first time completing such a project. From research to safety, there are aspects to ensure the project is completed in the best way possible.
Hiring a Demolition Contractor
Instead of trying to tackle the project yourself, it is smart to hire a demolition contractor. A contractor, like Kloos Hauling & Demolition, who specialises in demolition will research your property before the project begins. Environmental safety must be considered along with the safety of those onsite during the demolition process. Winnipeg or other municipality specific rules and regulations must be followed.
Contractors also have to be aware of CCOHS (Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety) standards for employee safety and follow ECC (Environment and Climate Change Canada) standards for environmental safety. Any hazardous construction materials need to be removed in the safest way possible before full demolition begins.
Any demolition project is going to leave behind materials that need to be cleaned up. Using a company that provides both demolition and waste removal service simplifies the project for you since you only need to be in touch with one vendor to handle all aspects of the project. A contractor, like Kloos, with experience in demolition waste disposal, will be able to follow the proper method of removing the materials in the most efficient way possible. If any hazardous materials are present, they will be disposed of correctly to avoid harming others or the environment. Experienced waste removal contractors are aware of local regulations, ensuring your project is cleaned up effectively.
At Kloos Hauling & Demolition, both demolition and waste removal services are available for your next big demolition project. Contact us today to learn more about the services we provide!