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Some F.A.Qs

To make it even easier for you, we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions about what we do. They cover the whole gamut of our services so you should find something there that fits your concern.
However, if you couldn’t find anything that fit your specific trouble, feel free to contact our customer representatives.
If your question is not listed below, free to contact us!
Wrecking Company
Murray Demolition is a top tier wrecking company in Chicago. We have been in the business for many years. In that period we have come to be recognized as the leading experts in wrecking and demolition services. Learn More
Small Building Demolition
It’s easy to think that a small building demolition job will be a cinch and therefore not take appropriate caution. At Murray Demolition we take every job seriously no matter the size.  We are aware that similar hazards exist on all projects. Adequate preparation is important in all cases. Learn More
Old Building Demolition
Old building demolition is one of Murray Demolition’s expert areas. We take pride that we can do the job safely and with loads of panache. If you have an old building that you want removed, Murray Demolition has the experience to carry out this delicate task. Learn More
Demolition Estimate
You don’t start a project without having a clear understanding of the cost. This applies to demolition jobs. Clients are concerned about getting a demolition estimate for their projects. The Murray Demolition professionals are on hand to assist you get the best price. There are a number of factors that determine demolition estimates. Learn More
Demolition Cost
The demolition cost of a project cannot just be measured in terms of the financial outlay you make. That will produce an incomplete picture and it will leave you feeling robbed. A clearer picture would be to consider factors such as the intended use of space created by the demolition work and the service delivery that the contractor has delivered. Learn More
Building Demolition Specifications
Murray Demolition values building demolition specifications. We understand that without proper follow through on specifications the quality of our work will be compromised. Learn More
The Selective Demolition Costs That May Affect Your Project
Demolishing an entire building isn’t always the best option. You have to deal with both the demolition and the clean-up. Plus, you will incur the cost of building something new on the site before you can use it again. Learn More
The Types of Demolition That We Offer
Our experienced team of demolition professionals can handle everything from high-rise commercial buildings to small above ground swimming pools. We offer a flexible and customer-friendly service that ensures safety, efficiency, and satisfaction at every stage of the process. Learn More
Radio Building Demolition Services
The increasing popularity of cable and satellite systems have made many old radio buildings and towers obsolete. This means that many radio building owners wish to upgrade or change the purpose of their building. Learn More
Round Building Demolition in Chicago
Operating throughout Chicago, our expert demolitions team handles projects of all sizes. From small residential properties to high-rise buildings that require controlled demolition, we can provide the service the suits your needs. Learn More
Big Building Demolition Services
The larger the building, the more you have to worry about when it comes to demolition. Learn More
Construction Demolition Safety Protocols
Never assume that a demolition job will be an easy thing. There are an array of safety concerns to keep in mind. Moreover, every demolition job has its own challenges. The safety techniques used for one may not be suitable for another. Learn More
General Contractor Demolition Services in Chicago
Every demolition job comes with its difficulties. You don’t just have to worry about tearing something down. You also have to think about what you’re going to do with all of the rubble when the demolition work’s done. Learn More
Here’s What Happens During Explosive Demolition
Large structures cannot be left to seldgehammers or wrecking balls considering the massive job that needs to be done. The said technique is more important if the building to be taken down is surrounded by other buildings. Learn More
Rack Up Savings with Building Deconstruction
Building deconstruction is the preferred property management by many local governments given the considerable reduction of waste after the structure is taken down. It involves a careful and painstaking process of removing and salvaging materials. Learn More
Controlled Demolition
We offer controlled demolition services throughout Chicago. Leveraging years of experience in the sector, our team will help you to demolish buildings safely and leave the site ready for whatever new projects that you have in mind. Learn More
Demolition And Deconstruction Difference
The main difference between demolition and deconstruction is anchored on the objective. Want to learn more information before you decide to demolish? Learn More
What Is High Reach And How Is It Used In Demolition?
The high reach demolition involves the use of cranes, sticks, and booms to take down a building from top to bottom with the precision of a surgeon. Learn More
Is Demolition A Regulated Industry?
The contractors and workers in the demolition industry are some of the most highly regulated sectors in the United States. Oftentimes, we are working on very dangerous environments. Learn More
What is Environmental Stewardship?
Environmental stewardship in the construction and demolition industry is not new. In fact, despite the industry that they are in, demolition companies actually have programs in place to reduce their carbon footprint and do their part in protecting the environment. Learn More
Friable and Non-Friable Asbestos
There are six main types of asbestos minerals as classified by the EPA (amosite, anthophyllite, chrysotile, crocidolite, actinolite, tremolite), they are classified into friable and non-friable. Learn More
What is the US Green Building Council?
USGBC stands for the U.S. Green Building Council, a regulatory body which is dedicated to creating a sustainable, healthy, and prosperous future by its certification program on LEED green buildings, wide array of educational offerings, a huge network of member groups and individuals, the yearly international expo and conference, and the group’s advocacy supporting policies geared towards energy-efficient and cost-efficient green communities and buildings. Learn More

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