Who is involved in the demolition process?
People think that when it comes to demolishing your home or business that there is only you and the demolition expert that is involved in the process. This is definitely not the case. There is a whole lot of people that are involved in the process, even if they have no direct connection to the demolition. To give you a better understanding of who is involved, take a look at the list below:
You can’t just get your home bulldozed down without getting permission from your council. There are permits that you have to obtain and regulations that you have to follow. If you follow the rules by the council, you will have no problems. But if you go against them, be prepared to face clashes with them.
You will have to notify the electricity, the gas, the power, water and communications companies that you are bringing your home down, so you they can cease payment. If you don’t, these services will keep running and you’ll be charged for it. Plus, in most cases, all the providers have to shut off their services before the job can start.
You think dealing with councils are annoying, imagine dealing with grumpy neighbours? This is what will happen if you don’t notify your neighbours that you are conducting a demolition job. These times of jobs create noise, dust and dirt and can flow over to your neighbour’s property. Look to notify them and explain to them what is happening; it will save you a lot of trouble.
Whether you plan to do it yourself, the demolition company offers the service, or you planning to get another rubbish removal professional, you will have to remove all the rubbish from the demolition. Prepare ahead and get an expert involved. They know how to get the job done quickly, saving you time and money.