How do you differentiate between residential, commercial, or industrial demolition? The simple answer is that the properties and areas are different. Buildings can be demolished in areas with industrial zones. These properties include:
Just like commercial demolitions, industrial demolitions can also be found in dense locations. This can make demolition projects very difficult. Our team follows many steps to ensure safety, and meet the deadline.
What happens before an industrial demolition?
Technical engineers must have both experience and proficiency in order to work on industrial demolition projects. Industrial demolitions can be more dangerous than residential demolition. Sometimes there is no warning.
Our team is very involved in preparation. Even though clients may not realize it, groundwork is essential to our work. We do a lot of inspections, assessments and evaluations in our work.
Looking for potential hazards
A team from our company will visit your property to conduct a thorough inspection. Our team will inspect the structure to identify any hazards that could be dangerous for our workers and the client. For example, asbestos, lead and mercury can all be found in the structure. We want to make sure that the chemicals are not harmful to workers before we begin work on the property. We clean up the area before we bring in heavy machinery.
Check out our Checklists
A checklist is a list of tasks that the team must complete. We insist that the checklist be used to ensure smooth project progress. The checklist will be given to us and our team will share their findings with us. Once we have gone through the checklist, we'll go over it again before moving forward with the project.
Useable Demolition Equipment
Demolition isn’t as dramatic as blasting away with explosives. There are many other options available than just explosives.
In industrial and commercial demolition projects, processing shears, crushers, concrete, and other heavy machinery are used.
It is possible to own all of our equipment without having to subcontract it. Heavy equipment operators can be hired directly. This allows us to handle almost all aspects of industrial demolition. Safety at work, completion of projects within the agreed timeframe, flexibility, and ability to work within budget are all important.
The following equipment types are used:
Explosives: We use explosives responsibly and in safe ways. Pre-weakening, which is the common use of explosives, is also a popular one.
Wrecking ball - A crane uses a large steel ball to break down buildings.
Excavators: Depending on the project's weight, we use different excavators.
Slicers and breaker: These are commonly used to cut steel and bars. Separate materials can be done with breakers.
Concrete Pulverizer: This tool can be used to crush concrete.
Our Team is the Leading Demolition Company In McKinney, TX
Industrial demolition requires precision. A mistake can lead to serious consequences. We are proud to be one of the most trusted demolition companies in McKinney, TX.
We constantly upgrade our skills to ensure that our contractors are proficient with the latest technologies. This makes them more competitive than their colleagues. All of our employees have the necessary certifications and licenses to do the job correctly. When it comes to completing the job safely and efficiently, our staff is trustworthy.
Contact us today to find out more about our company or get in touch with our demolition team. McKinney Demolition Pros is committed to customer satisfaction. Take a look at the satisfied customers of McKinney Demolition Pros! No job is too big or too small for us.