Four Questions To Ask A Demolition Expert

Posted by on Dec 19, 2017 in Demolition

Demolition jobs are massive projects to undertake. So when you get someone to do the work for you, you have to know if they are capable of handling all the work for you. So how do they find out if they can work on your project and deliver the results you want? Easy, you ask them these four easy, yet in-depth, questions. And when you are ready to hire a champion of the industry, speak to Diamond Earthmovers or contact us for a free quote!

Question 1: How long have you been in the industry?

Experience is key when it comes to demolition jobs. You don’t want someone who doesn’t know what they are doing going plowing through your business or your home. You wanted someone trustworthy and committed to the cause. So when you speak to a leading demolition companies in Melbourne, ask how long they have been working for, so you can gauge the amount of experience they have in the field. The more experience, the better the knowledge, the better the final result will be.

Question 2: What type of demolition jobs can you handle?

Okay, so you are looking to get your home remade into your dream house or are you thinking about transforming your business into something new? There are two – and very distinct – demolition jobs: residential properties and commercial properties. Both are different in the approach that has to be taken (more on that on question three), the type of permit you need (question four has to the answer for you) and of course the price of the service.

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Question 3: And the size of the projects?

No property is the same, and therefore no demolition project is the same. So can the demolition company handle the project? Can it handle the workload? This is what you need to know when you speak to the contractor. Size of projects matters and it will require a different approach and a different excavator for each job. So, therefore, you have to start off you have to make sure the company will be able to handle your request.

Question 4: Will you help me with permits?

As much as we would like to get a demolition job done without the hassle of neighbours and councils, you cannot beat the system. The system requires that you get permits approved before any work might start. So perhaps asking the demolition company if they can help you with your permits would be a good start. You can save the drama yourself and get the work done by a professional – who knows what to do.