What is an entire building demolition, what are the benefits, and what do you need to be careful of?

Full building demolition is completely removing a building from a property.

It is typically done when a building is no longer safe or useful or a property is redeveloped.

The benefits of a full building demolition include the following:

  • Safety

    A building that is no longer safe can pose a risk to public safety. Demolishing the building can eliminate that risk.

  • Increased property value

    A dilapidated building can decrease the value of surrounding properties. Removing the building can increase property values in the area.

  • Redevelopment

    A full building demolition can clear the way for new development, such as a new building or park.

When performing a full building demolition, there are several things to be careful of:

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  1. Safety: Safety should be the top priority when demolishing a building. Hazards, such as asbestos or lead-based paint, may be present and need to be properly handled.
  2. Permits: Demolition permits are typically required and must be obtained from local authorities.

  3. Utility disconnection: Utilities, such as electricity, gas, and water, must be disconnected before demolition can begin.

  4. Salvageable materials: Salvageable materials, such as bricks or lumber, can be sold or reused. Care should be taken to identify and properly remove these materials.

  5. Environmental impact: Demolition can have an impact on the environment, such as releasing dust or debris into the air. Measures should be taken to minimize the environmental impact of the demolition.

  6. Debris removal: Demolition creates a significant amount of debris that must be properly removed and disposed of.

  7. Noise and disruption: Demolition can be noisy and disruptive to the surrounding community. Care should be taken to minimize the impact on the community.

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