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Demolition Services in Phoenix, AZ, Throughout Maricopa and Pinal Counties

There are times when fire or water damages a structure in such a way that there is no other option but to have it demolished. Demolition, or tearing down a building, is an expedient means of clearing structures that have been rendered unsafe and unsalvageable by damages. Once a condemned building has been taken down, the site can again be used for building habitable homes and offices.

Demolition Projects

Depending on the scope of the structural damage and the restoration project, a building or a section of it can be demolished through various manual strategies. The most common of these make use of hydraulic excavators, cranes, wrecking balls, and bulldozers. Controlled implosions, on the other hand, are sometimes used to take down large buildings.

While the process of tearing down residential and commercial buildings may appear chaotic and disorganized, a demolition requires precise planning and strict adherence to procedures. Project managers and site overseers must develop work plans and site-specific safety processes, obtain permits, submit necessary notifications, and prepare cleanup plans even before beginning the actual work. In addition to clearing the building, workers are also tasked to disconnect utilities, remove regulated or hazardous materials like asbestos, and address a long list of other practical considerations.

From Demolition to Reconstruction

Titan Restoration is a trusted water and fire damage restoration company based in Phoenix, AZ. Over the years, the company has expertly carried out demolition, remodeling, and reconstruction projects for people whose homes and businesses have been ravaged by fire or compromised by flooding. Give us a call today at 888-267-1924 and we’ll help you return your home or workplace back to its superior, pre-disaster form. Our line is open 24/7 and our crew is on standby in Maricopa and Pinal Counties, ready to respond to any emergencies. For non-urgent inquiries, you may reach us through our Contact Page or by sending an email.