When you search for a demolisher in your area, what do you look for? Someone who could do the job in the most efficient and affordable way, right? But the question we often neglect to ask is how eco-friendly the process is going to be? Demolition literally means destruction and this destruction often ends up hurting the environment in more than one way. After demolition, the land on which the stru
Is it for You? – If renovation sounds a lot more complicated and difficult to execute than demolishing the entire structure down and building it from scratch, then call a ‘house demolisher’ and get the job done.
Types of Demolition – You can demolish the house completely or you can choose to knock down only a certain part of it, depending on the state of the existing structure and the d
Demolition is a messy and sometimes dangerous part of any home renovation. Simply taking down that wall to achieve the desirable open floor plan may not be quite as easy as it sounds. While it may be tempting to go at the wall with a sledgehammer, that's not always the prudent thing to do. Demolition creates a lot of dust, broken drywall and shattered wood and brick. Depending on what you're demol
We know what you're thinking. Must be them Americans, and you're right. This happened in Texas last week. But it again tells us that Google Maps although great at finding your way, aren't a substitute for the RP data and land titles that we use to pinpoint the demolition sites back here in Australia, weeks before things are set in motion.
Here's what happened
A Texas-based demolition firm Bi