Other Demolition Services:
Interior Gutting - Interior gutting typically involves
complete gutting of a building, leaving only the main structural components.
Premier exteriors Demolition differentiates themselves from other demolition
contractors by dismantling materials in reverse order - last built is first
off. Premier exteriors Demolition crews continually remove the debris while
gutting. This provides a safe and clean work area for our customers and
Cleanouts - Premier exteriors Demolition has laborers and trucks for every situation that may arise with a cleanout. As a full service demolition contractor we own all of our equipment to provide you with a cost effective cleanout. For cleanouts we have tailgate trucks, ramp trucks, dump trucks, pick-ups and dumpster trucks. All cleanouts are left broom swept.
Rubbish Removal - As a full service demolition contractor we provide rubbish removal for clients when placing a dumpster on site is not an option. Rubbish removal services include labor and "live load" trucking. Rubbish can be consolidated by you or by our laborers and then removed. We will perform rubbish removal from most anywhere, typically from basements, attics, and yards. Regular scheduled rubbish removal is available within our service area.
Junk Removal - Our junk removal team can efficiently remove junk from anywhere on your premise. Junk appliances, junk furniture, junk cars, attic junk, basement junk, garage junk and yard junk will quickly disappear.
Premier Exteriors, Demolition Contractor in Omaha, NE our 15 years of demolition experience will save you time and money. Call 402-679-6000
Demolition of a House
For two or three story structures such as houses, demolition is a relatively simple process. Homes are pulled down either manually or mechanically using large hydraulic equipment: cranes, excavators or bulldozers.
Before demolition of a house, there are many steps that need to take place. These may include performing an estimate of the house demolition cost, asbestos abatement, obtaining necessary permits, submitting necessary notifications, disconnecting utilities, rodent baiting, and development of site-specific safety and work plans
Premier exteriors can handle all of this necessary pre-work easily and reliably.
Once the house's demolition begins, hydraulic excavators may be used to demolish one or two-story homes by an undermining process. The strategy is to undermine the home while controlling the manner and direction in which the house falls. The home's demolition project manager will determine where undermining is necessary so that a building is pulled in the desired manner and direction. The walls are typically undermined at a houses' base, but this is not always the case if the house's design dictates otherwise. Safety and cleanup considerations are also taken into account in determining how the house is undermined and ultimately demolished.
House Demolition Costs
There are many variable that affect home demolition cost, making it difficult to calculate average demolition costs. An average range for residential demolition cost per square foot is $6.00 per foot to $15.00 per foot. Requesting your home's demolition cost estimate is as simple as picking up the phone and calling Premier Exteriors today.
Some of the factors that can significantly affect demolition prices and the cost of house demolition include:
Are there environmental issues?
Any asbestos located in the structure? EPA requires
proper asbestos abatement before demolition can occur. This may add $2 -
$3 per square foot in demolition costs.
What are you intending to do with the debris? Landfill and hauling fees are a significant cost that must be added to the overall demolition price. Hauling and landfill fees vary widely by location.
Is there anything salvageable that might have value and offset the building demolition costs? A local demolition expert can help you understand if any of your house's materials have salvage value.
Can any portion of the foundation remain or will you require everything to be removed? Concrete demolition costs add to the overall price of the job.
What is the home made of? Cinder block, red brick, wood, or a combination? What is the roofing material?
How many stories is the home? Multiple level homes
increase demolition cost.
Is site restoration part of the project? Do you need any additional work such as excavating or site clearing?