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.
You’ll often find that selective demolition costs make it the wiser choice, especially for buildings that have no structural issues.
But what is selective demolition? The team at Murray Demolition is here to help you figure out if it’s right for you.
Some demolition companies, including ourselves, refer to selective demolition as interior demolition. It involves careful planning to allow for the demolition of the insides of a building without affecting the building’s main structure.
Typically, this requires the use of special equipment that allows us to deconstruct parts of a building in stages. This ensures the main structure doesn’t come under any stress, which allows you to use it again later on.
Many clients use selective demolition for things like office remodeling or when they want to completely repurpose an existing building.
There are several reasons why you may choose selective demolition instead of regular demolition. These include the following:
Selective demolition works best in the following cases:
Every selective demolition job offers different challenges. But our team will generally follow these steps when completing the work for you:
Selective demolition is not an easy task because it requires a great deal of expertise. Thankfully, Murray Demolition has a team that’s capable of the job. Get in touch today to find out how your bank account may benefit from lower selective demolition costs.