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By NCD Blog on Monday, June 22, 2015

When planning the demolition of a commercial property certain factors should be considered and processes followed, each having an effect on the overall cost of the project. With so many factors having to be taken into consideration it is worth your while to sit down and plot out all items carefully. Is asbestos a consideration which will have to be investigated? Will the demolition be structurally complete, partial, manual or mechanical?  Will the clean up operation of hazardous and regulated materials be undertaken personally or by a landfill and haulage firm?  Will any of the materials be recycled with the goal of minimizing the amount of materials going to a landfill?  What permits, notification submissions, utility disconnections, rodent baiting and safety plans need to be obtained and in place before demolition begins?

The following headings outline the process for developing a demolition method statement.


By NCD Blog on Monday, June 8, 2015

Has the maintenance of an inground pool become a burden? Are the kids all grown and gone and now the pool is only used two times a year when they visit? Dreaming of having a rose garden right where the inground pool is now? Maybe now is the time to get rid of the inground pool. (Note: Before you remove the pool (especially if the pool is in good working condition), it is important to remember, that getting rid of a pool may cause your property value to go down. Therefore, it’s best to talk to a trustworthy real estate agent in your area before making your final decision.)

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