A demolition Adelaide service can help with a wide range of jobs, from residential strip outs to complete knock down rebuilds. They can help you with planning and paperwork to make sure that the work is done legally and safely. They will also ensure that any nearby infrastructure is protected from damage during the demolition process. They will usually work with local councils and neighbours to help keep them updated on the progress of the project and any potential noise or dust issues.

When hiring a demolition contractor you should always check that they are licenced and insured. You can do this by looking at their reviews and checking whether they are registered with the relevant authorities. Some demolition contractors will have a website where you can find this information easily. This can include the contact details of the demolition company, their licence number, and insurance cover. If you have any doubts about a demolition company then it is best to seek the advice of an independent professional.

Demolition companies are experts at handling, monitoring and removing non-friable asbestos from both commercial and domestic demolition projects. They have the knowledge and equipment to ensure that all demolition works are carried out to a safe standard in accordance with SafeWork SA code of practice.

They are also experts in preparing the site for new construction and can handle disconnection of services, council approvals, and site remediation. They can also assist with the preparation of demolition plans and act as a liaison between you and the council or any other duty holders that may be affected by the demolition work. In addition to this, they can help with the disposal of any rubbish generated by the demolition.