Demolition and Site Clearance



Demolition and Site Clearance

Where should we start? At the beginning, of course. Unfortunately though, in the building trade someone has usually beaten you to it. A brand new plot of virgin earth on which to build might be what the architect dreams of, but it is hardly ever the reality for projects when they hit the ground.
Green belt regulations, rising land values and aging properties all mean that most modern builds in Britain are on pre-used plots that will require some level of demolition and site clearance to prepare the space for the new project. This is exactly why demolition and site clearance is a service that modern projects cannot ignore, and by turning to the professionals you can make sure that the build sets off without any pre-existing problems or lingering concerns.
Demolition and Site Clearance
Demolition and site clearance, otherwise known as land clearance, is the removal of any waste, debris and rubble from an area to ensure it is free of hazards and ready to be worked. By using a combined demolition and site clearance service, both jobs can be combined, saving time, money and effort.
Contracting a demolition and site clearance is the best way of ensuring a professional job, done properly and with the right equipment. In recent years there have been increased legislation and regulation concerning demolition and site clearance, as well as waste disposal. Dangerous materials like asbestos, contaminated soil, oil drums and other chemical hazards will need managing safely and in accordance with local legislation. A specialist demolition and site clearance company will also be expected to understand and manage the environmental impact of clearing the area and will be able to account for endangered species, rare plants and wildlife in their site survey.
A professional demolition and site clearance team will have access to the appropriate demolition equipment and plant machinery that most contractors would not usually own. Specific tools are required for managing different materials during demolition and site clearance, like trees, brickwork, metal, rubble, hardcore and glass.
Local Specialists in Demolition and Site Clearance
It is always advisable to use local specialists in demolition and site clearance for several reasons. The first is that local specialists will be able to better manage local legislation and regulations regarding wildlife and environmental factors. In the West of Scotland, building projects have specific flora and fauna unique to the area to consider which local demolition and site clearance specialists will be better positioned to manage. By using local demolition and site clearance specialists you also can ensure that they have access to local waste disposal services and recycling centres making the job faster and more cost effective. Finally, local demolition and site clearance specialists will be able to bring plant machinery and tools quickly and efficiently, making sure that your project can get started on time and on. For the best local demolition and site clearance team in Ayrshire, contact JB Black ltd, and see how they can help you.

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