With winter coming up, most people are preparing their wardrobes, decorating their houses and getting into the holiday spirit while others are putting their renovation projects to a halt, but is it really necessary?
Usually, no, but it also depends on the company completing your project and on the scale of your project. There is no reason why the colder temperatures should stop you from completing all of your renovation or demolition projects, especially if there is a particularly warmer period without any snowstorms.
Whether you should wait till spring depends on the goals you want to achieve. If you have any outdoor awnings, decks, or other outdoor areas that need tearing down, that can easily be accomplished in the winter. This will have you ready to go for your spring plans.
Indoor projects are also possible, however, it might require doors being open for extended periods of time and your home being flooded with the cold. This increases your use of your home’s HVAC system, increasing your energy bills and making for a bit of a tougher project. A professional team will do their best to make the process as fast as possible, and limit the amount of inconvenience you will have to deal with.
For bigger projects like a full house demolition Vancouver, you may want to wait until the weather is warmer to get started. Snow, winter storms and heavy rainfall may cause a bigger delay than if you were to start in the spring.
In any case, you should speak to the company completing your project. BC Green will be completely honest and transparent with you about the timeline it will take to realistically complete your house demolition Vancouver during the winter. Get in touch with our demolition contractors to learn more and discuss your next project!