Structural dismantling is more of partial demolition. It involves the removal of components of a building. This is often done to pave the way for a replacement part. For example, structural dismantling can be done to help install or exchange boilers. Dismantling focuses on taking a structure or building apart so as to protect the valuable elements for reuse. It involves the careful deconstruction of a building’s components for re-use, repair, recycling, or re-purposing. It differs from deconstruction because it is done as a means of maintenance, conservation, and repair works. Deconstruction involves taking a building down. Dismantling further differs from demolition because it doesn’t involve the clearance of a complete structure.
Structural dismantling is deemed necessary for the removal of intricate components where there are safety risks involved, such as a structure that contains hazardous materials like asbestos. Dismantling is also ideal where components have to be moved from one place to another or in cases where the structure and the surrounding environment are very sensitive.
The cost and the amount of time needed to dismantle a structure depend on a number of factors. These factors include the condition of the site, the complexity of the project, building materials used, building type, dismantling technique used as well as time availability. At 360 Demo, we understand that dismantling projects are complex. That is why to minimize risk and maximize re-use, we spend a considerable amount of time planning the project. All the work is done by our experienced in-house team.
360 Demo offers structural demolition services for a wide range of clients. We consistently deliver quality results and meet rigid timeline requirements. Our unique approach to structural dismantling has helped us establish long-lasting relationships with clients across the region. We are committed to putting the best team and tools in the field. Getting the work done perfectly and in the safest way possible is what we do best.
Building Components Dismantling
Components are constituent parts of a building. These are manufactured as independent units, subassembly, or subsystem. They are blended or joined with other elements to form a complex item. Components are usually self-contained and sourced from one supplier. A combination of parts is known as an assembly.
Considering how expensive components are, it makes sense to try and save as many of them as possible when dismantling a building. Our team is familiar with all building components and know how to extract them properly to avoid damage.
Why Choose 360 Demo
Our ability to complete structural demolition on time and budget makes us the most preferred demolition company in the country. We offer demolition services for a wide range of clients. Our ability to consistently deliver quality results and meet rigid timelines and tight budgets has enabled us to be the go-to demolition company in the country. We put together the best team and tools in the field and get the job done fast, safely, and within your budget. Get in touch with us now to find out more about our services.
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