Facts about Excavation, Demolition, Dumpster Bin Rentals and Home Renovations
The two main factors that are important are the building's size and location  Old buildings and those which are unsafe are...
Getting a Permit Obtaining a permit from the city officials or county is required before you can tear down your house. Alt...
Fire Department and Utility Company Electricity, water and gas cannot be simply ripped off and they have to be shut down p...
Materials that are Dangerous <ul><ul><li>You can find many more free PowerPoint templates on the Presentation Helper websi...
Check with the Lender who has provided the Mortgage If the lender holds some interest in the building or home then you hav...
Demolition Company Hire During the process of demolition you will have to handle all the wastes in a proper way. The demol...
If you do need to rent a dumpster or hire a demolition company visit our website www.comodisposal.com Phone: (416) 252-664...
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Facts About Excavation, Demolition, Dumpster Bin Rentals, and Home Renovations

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Facts About Excavation, Demolition, Dumpster Bin Rentals, and Home Renovations

  1. 1. Facts about Excavation, Demolition, Dumpster Bin Rentals and Home Renovations
  2. 2. The two main factors that are important are the building's size and location Old buildings and those which are unsafe are brought down by demolition and a structure is torn down also for home renovations. This task can be assigned to a demolition company or can be accomplished by you.
  3. 3. Getting a Permit Obtaining a permit from the city officials or county is required before you can tear down your house. Although some people go about doing it without a permit, it is not recommended, as there are various types of works that are associated with it, which will draw people's attention in your locality.
  4. 4. Fire Department and Utility Company Electricity, water and gas cannot be simply ripped off and they have to be shut down properly and stopped at their source. For this you will need the assistance of utility companies and the fire department that will inspect your premises and then give the job a sign off.
  5. 5. Materials that are Dangerous <ul><ul><li>You can find many more free PowerPoint templates on the Presentation Helper website www.presentationhelper.co.uk </li></ul></ul>Old building might have asbestos and other hazardous materials. Such materials should be removed by professionals so that all hazards connected with them can be avoided. Certain houses may also contain added tanks of diesel for which you might have to pay some surcharge.
  6. 6. Check with the Lender who has provided the Mortgage If the lender holds some interest in the building or home then you have to get their permission before you bring it down. The lender can demand a full payment immediately if the structure is damaged. In such circumstances finance will have to be arranged which will have high interest rates.
  7. 7. Demolition Company Hire During the process of demolition you will have to handle all the wastes in a proper way. The demolition itself will require professionals who are highly skilled so that no accidents occur. If your property is very small and you are doing it by yourself then from the local dumpster bin rentals, get a dumpster on rent. But you might also need a permit for its use on site. To avoid all these hassles you could always hire a reputable demolition company.
  8. 8. If you do need to rent a dumpster or hire a demolition company visit our website www.comodisposal.com Phone: (416) 252-6641 Address: 4 Grand Ave, Toronto ON M8Y 2Y5
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