Wrecking 

Conventional wrecking of structures by manually or mechanically pulling down buildings. 

Wrecking is the most widely used method of building demolition today and involves the use of various specialized mechanized equipment and tools.  These machines can operate in confined work areas and separate the building materials as they “chew” the building apart. The crusher attachment breaks the concrete and reinforcement by a hydraulic thrust, breaking the material in a controlled manner. Excavators equipped with special attachments, including hydraulic breakers, shears, and concrete processors, are also the machine of choice for demolishing foundations and handling debris and scrap metals.

 

Precision Demolition’s approach to minimizing the amount of materials going to landfills provides a reduction in contaminants in the air as well as cutting down on CO2 emissions.  Precision Demolition uses professional, well trained crews to accomplish a variety of tasks and allows our team to provide any demolition need with care and expertise. 

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