Whether you’re planning a design and build project or want to clear away some land, you need the right demolition contractors in Vancouver for the job. Regardless of your demolition plans, you’ll want to consider a series of factors and steps in order to secure an experienced, skilled and efficient team. You’ll want a collective who knows what it’s doing, will keep you informed along the way and complete the job above your expectations.
Finding a Trustworthy Demolition Contractors in Vancouver
Prior to getting started, it’s important that you educate yourself on your project. There are a series of questions your BC Green team will ask you before commencing any project as a way to do the best job possible.
- What materials are present in the building?
- Do you suspect that your building is contaminated with asbestos, lead, mold or any other hazardous waste?
- How thick is the foundation and do you want to keep it?
- How big is the building you want to demolish?
- What is the surrounding environment like? Do we need to be mindful of other structures, power lines, pipes, landscaping or animals?
- Is there anything important to you that you wish to keep?
Different Types of Demolition
There are also various types of demolition that you need to consider, all with a specific purpose.
- Total demolition
- Selective demolition
- Interior demolition
- Dismantling or deconstruction
Getting a Fair, Honest Estimate
Once you have gathered this basic information, you’re ready to call us for an estimate. We do recommend doing your research on local contractors by checking reviews and asking your friends and family.
Ensuring a Contract
Our team does everything professionally and prior to starting work with us, you can rest assured that you’ll get a written contract. You’ll receive within it the timeline of the project, the equipment used, costs, completion and other important details.
If you’re looking for local demolition contractors in Vancouver that you can trust, please don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more about how we work