DEMOLITION

Professionals have the equipment and expertise to deal with the many hazards involved in renovations and restorations. 

Demolition Done Right

Demolition is a hassle, but its not something you have to do by yourself. Wise Abatement will take the burden for you. We will remove and safely eliminate any waste in your building including wall finishes, floor finishes, ceiling finishes, millwork, windows, doors, frames, vestibules, exterior facades, wood framing and; of course, any asbestos, vermiculite, or mould that may be lingering.  

We will remove and safely eliminate any waste in your building including wall finishes, floor finishes, ceiling finishes, millwork, windows, doors, frames, vestibules, exterior facades, wood framing and; of course, any asbestos, vermiculite, or mould that may be lingering.  

We have all the resources, equipment, and labor to handle anything. Whether that be the smallest or the largest demolition sites, we know what to do. 

When you need demolition support, contact professionals like Wise Abatement. We will safely and efficiently eliminate any waste, so that you can finish the project you are working on.

Demolition FAQ’s

Is it safe?

Demolition can be dangerous when done by an inexperienced individual. Especially, larger scale projects that will require machinery. There is also a danger to do-it-yourself or DIY projects in older homes due to the presence of asbestos, vermiculite, and other hazardous materials. For this reason, we suggest contacting a professional demolition contractor who understands how to test and handle asbestos and other such materials.

How long does it take?

Demolition can take anywhere from a few hours to a few days depending on the requirements of the project. Larger projects may take more time based on the scope of work that may require licenses, permits, approvals, and other relevant factors.

How much does it cost?

Demolition costs can vary depending on the scope of work for the project. The best way to determine the project scope and cost is to contact a local contractor to get an estimate. Once you have the estimate, you can decide how to move forward with your project. 

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