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DEMOLITION PERMIT

Used for: removing any primary or accessory structure from a lot.

Demolition is safely and efficiently taking a building apart while carefully preserving valuable elements for reuse purposes. For smaller houses, the demolition most likely involves manually or mechanically using large hydraulic equipment: elevated work platforms, cranes, excavators or bulldozers. Larger buildings usually require the use of the wrecking ball. Another way of demolishing large buildings is implosion. It is a quick way of demolition where the demolishing method is the use of explosives. It may seem dangerous but an expert can ensure that the structure falls into its own footprint, so as not to damage neighboring structures. It takes several weeks or months to prepare a building for implosion, as it can be dangerous for onlookers. Some materials must be removed, such as glass that can form deadly projectiles and insulation that can scatter over a wide area. All items of value, such as copper wiring, are stripped from a building.

Demolition old concrete slab for new building project on the site

Why would you need a demolition permit?

In some states, the demolition permit is strictly regulated. Most authorities will not grant you the demolition permit unless there is a guarantee that the demolition work will damage any nearby structures. To prevent this from happening, for the safety of onlookers and any adjacent structures around the building being demolished, the demolition permit is required.

We can provide you with site plans required for such permits. We can accurately present the building being demolished on the property. The plan would include a detailed presentation of property features such as landscaping and easements among other highly important features. We can also include information on adjacent structures that can be affected by the demolition. On the site plan we will show:

  • Property Lines
  • Primary Structure
  • Roofline
  • Lot Dimensions
  • North Arrow
  • Scale
  • Measurements Between Major Features
  • Parcel ID
  • Driveway
  • Fence
  • Sidewalks
  • Trees
  • Swimming Pool
  • Accessory Structures
  • Landscape
  • Paths
  • Shrubs
  • Lawn
  • Well and septic system
  • Parking Spots
Old ruined building after earthquake. A collapsed brick house .

What is the first step?

First step is to provide us with the address of the property. You can do that by placing an order for one of the packages here or send us a quote with any questions here. We will do our best to help you and recommend you the most suitable package for your needs or give you a Custom Hourly Quote if your needs are not in the scope of work for our packages. You will get a quote from our most skilled designers.

Once we get all the information needed we will start working on your project. The usual turnaround time for the site plan is within 24 hours. We are also able to make a RUSH plan within 12 hours and 6 hours. If needed we will make your project prioritized.

We are here to make your request into mutual successes.

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