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Property owners oftentimes erect sheds that are not attached to their homes. Unlike attached garages, detached sheds can be utilized for storing a broad range of items. The attached garages are more often than not utilized for automotive storage. Detached sheds, on the other hand, can be utilized to store power equipment, tools, seasonal decorations, construction materials, and other items. There is no end to the storage possibilities of a shed.
While sheds are great for storage, they can also be problematic. With routine maintenance comes a cleanout and removal of unwanted items. Contrary to belief, there will come a time when a shed is packed to the brim. In other words, the shed has reached maximum capacity.
To make storage space for new hand tools, automotive replacement parts, weed eaters, outdoor children’s toys, and bikes, a cleanout it is.
When a shed is no longer a useful storage tool, instead of an eyesore, it is time to consider demolition. Tearing down a shed, regardless of size, requires special equipment and manpower, both of which some property owners do not have on hand.
Our demolition team will take the job off your hands without a second thought. We will bring in equipment and manpower to complete the demolition in the shortest duration. All building materials will be collected and transported to a local municipal trash collection site.
Shed Junk Removal
Instead of a full cleanout, which entails the removal of all stored items, followed by a thorough cleaning, we suggest a shed junk removal. This is a great option for when you are in dire need of storage space for a new accessory. We recommend junk removal between annual cleanouts for detached sheds and other storage units.
Our professional junk removal is comprised of a collection, haul, and disposal. We will arrive at your property on the morning of the appointment to complete the junk removal. Depending on the amount of junk that needs to be removed, our junk removal team should be able to complete the process within a few hours. Larger piles of junk may require two, three, or more workdays.
Shed Demolition Permit
Most cities and towns have strict building demolition regulations, requiring a permit. These regulations require citizens to obtain a permit before demolishing any building, including sheds. To obtain a demolition building permit, you must apply and pay a fee, depending on the size of the project. Apply in person or online at your local Building Department.
Not all cities require building permits for demolition.
Our Demolition For Small- To Medium-Sized Sheds
Our demolition service is limited to small- and medium-sized buildings. Demolition is a complex process that must be completed in a manner that does not harm the environment, nearby buildings, and public facilities. We utilize special equipment to tear down buildings. The equipment is utilized to remove an entire building or individual components. The demolition process is determined by building location and size.
All plumbing lines – water, sewage, and electricity – are disconnected by service providers before demolition begins. A member of our demolition team will go over the process during the initial consultation.
Is Shed Demolition Expensive?
We utilize custom strategies for each shed demolition. The demolition team strategically customizes a strategy for each case to minimize waste. Our custom shed demolition is more cost-efficient as compared to a basic strategy.
Our shed demolition pricing ranges between $200 and $2,000, depending on the following factors:
- Foundation type
How Our Shed Demolition Works?
Each shed demolition project begins with a one-on-one consultation with the client and a member of our local team. A visual inspection of the shed will be conducted during the consultation to determine the best demolition strategy and cost.
We utilize the following equipment to tear down sheds:
- Hammers, sledgehammers, jackhammers, and clawhammers
- Power drills
- Pry bars
- Handsaws and jigsaws
- Weed blower and broom
- Trash bins
- Junk removal work trucks
- Wrenches and pliers
- Floor jacks
- Utility service providers disconnect water, electricity, and sewage lines
- Windows and doors are detached from the shed
- Roof is detached
- Walls are detached
- Flooring is removed