Bring Your Project from Messy Beginnings to Shining Completion
Demolition and deconstruction are key aspects of every project and to do them right, we at Pro-Construct Cleaning begin by compiling a clear and concise plan of action. Only after we’ve confirmed our solution meets your need, our professional team will begin the demolition of your undesired residential or commercial building, storefront or additional units. Communication is at the core of every successful construction project and we pride ourselves in being in sync with all of our clients’ needs and wants.
Demolition vs Deconstruction: Which one is right for me?
This depends on your specific plan of action. If you plan on removing and disposing of the construction materials altogether, this calls for demolition services. If you would like to re-use them, our team will carefully disassemble, sort, de-nail and donate the deconstructed materials to a charity that puts 80% of the materials back to use.
Demolition is more efficient which makes it the more economical choice for homeowners and project managers. Deconstruction, on the other hand, will keep these materials out of the landfill and back in use in renovation.
Lead-Renovation Certified Experts
Most homes built before 1987 are finished using a lead-based paint. Don’t take any chances when it comes to the health and safety of your family: leave the removal of the hazardous lead-based paint to the experts. We work with clients all over the country to test project materials and determine the potential risks before we safely remove and dispose of the toxic materials in accordance with the OSHA and the EPA’s regulations.
We Work With You at Every Step of the Way
To ensure our clients’ 100% satisfaction, we at Pro-Construct Cleaning review each and every aspect of your demolition/deconstruction project before the first crew even sets foot on the site. We factor in the style of framing and the potential for lead or asbestos in materials, as well as the electrical layout of the building, the plumbing lines and connection, gas lines, property lines, and overhead power lines. Our technicians are highly trained and knowledgeable about properly disconnecting everything before starting the demolition process to minimize the health and safety risks.
We take safety extremely seriously. Our employees receive in-house and specialized training in some of the best safety programs with top protocols. Additionally, we conduct quarterly reviews to ensure our team remains the best at what we do.
Some of the procedures include:
- Carefully formulated and explained the scope of work for the teams to follow
- Supervisor on-site to oversee all aspects of the work
- Every employee uses personally issued protection equipment – N100 respirators, tyvek full-body suits, back-braces, work gloves, steel toe boots, industry standard heavy duty gloves
- Contamination zones are set into place to minimize dust transfer & debris from leaving protected work areas and minimize the effect on the employees
- Safeguards on all power tools and proper training of their required use
- Thorough clean-up at the end of each day