Demolition vs Deconstruction
PlaySet demolition is about as simple as it comes. With the help of heavy equipment, like an excavator, the PlaySet is torn down, the debris is loaded and it’s hauled away. Sure, simply demolishing an existing PlaySet or structure may seem like the quickest and easiest route to take, When it comes to getting rid of an unwanted PlaySet, demolition is the most popular option but not the only one Deconstruction is considered “unbuilding.” It involves taking a building apart piece by piece, essentially reversing the order of its construction. Depending on your specific job, deconstruction could cost a bit more than demolition. While the pros of deconstruction certainly outweigh the cons, there are still some things you should consider before scheduling your job:
The process of deconstruction is a much more intricate process than your standard demolition job.
Deconstruction uses more manual labor than machinery, This can also have an effect on how long your job may take to complete.
Since you are dealing with more materials by hand, hazardous material regulation and management can be more difficult for deconstruction than it is with demolition. which means that worker safety considerations and costs can be somewhat higher. Proper safety gear is a necessity.
Depending on your specific job, deconstruction could cost a bit more than demolition. The starting costs for a standard 10 ft. x 8 ft. PlaySet demolition, expect to pay between $300 and $500 for just the demolition and disposal.
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