Choosing the Proper Pry Bar for Your Residential Demolition

If your residential demolition job is smaller, such as a home remodel or small-building teardown, you may have to use pry bars, also called wrecking bars. Pry bars come in all shapes and… Continue reading

What Constitutes a Demolition and Rebuild?

Most people think a demolition and rebuild always involves the complete demolition of a building, but that isn’t always the case. Especially with historical preservation and re-construction, a demolition and rebuild may leave… Continue reading

How to Determine the Cost of a Commercial or Industrial Demolition Project

The cost of a commercial or industrial demolition can vary widely, depending on the details of the demolition. While the best way to get an accurate cost estimate is to contact a local… Continue reading

Scrap Metal Demolition: What You Need to Know

As industrial demolition contractors demolishing a site or structure is only half of the job. The other half of an industrial demolition which is just as, if not more important is the recycling… Continue reading

Tornado Clean Up Tips after Storm Hits Hattiesburg, MS

In the aftermath of the tornado that recently hit Hattiesburg, Mississippi, there are many people faced with debris, insurance claims, and even personal injuries. No doubt, there are probably many people asking the… Continue reading

The Pros & Cons of Separating C&D

Source-separation, commingled recycling, and C&D. If it seems like I’m speaking another language, that’s OK we’ll define these terms. Before we define these terms, I want to make one simple statement: More common… Continue reading

Wreck Dat, Recyle Dat – Modern Demolition Contractors

A few months back we released an infographic of common demolition misconceptions. These misconceptions, such as most demolitions include blowing up things, using wrecking balls with every demolition, and demolitions not being green-friendly… Continue reading

Demolition Tools 2: Air Tools

Air Tools in Residential & Industrial Demolition There are many different types of tools used in residential and industrial demolitions. When one thinks of the equipment used for demolition projects, we often think… Continue reading

5 Common Industrial Demolition Tools

Demolition is a necessary and often overlooked part of many project developments. Industrial demolition creates a lot of dust, broken and shattered wood, concrete, and brick. Depending on what you’re demolishing, you may… Continue reading

10 Questions to Ask Before Hiring a Demolition Contractor

Starting a new business, building a new home, or beginning a commercial construction project is an exciting time for everyone. Occasionally, in order to begin your new construction project, you first have to… Continue reading