Demolition Services

Demolition is risky and requires high safety standards. Substances such as crystalline silica, released when concrete is crushed are toxic to humans and can cause tuberculosis, silicosis and lung cancer.

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At Demolition Tregon, we like to keep things green by recycling demolition materials. Recycling reduces the landfill waste and allows reuse of products. We support the health of our local environment.

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Using a wrecking ball to bring down a building is not economical or efficient anymore. This practice made sense long ago but it’s not the way to go for a modern demolition contractor.

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Lead Paint and Scrap Metal Dangers

Most North Americans are aware of the dangers of lead paint. While you won’t find leaded paint in stores, it still covers the walls of older buildings. Lead is a dangerous chemical that can lead to serious and even fatal health disorders.

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Usually, demolition companies have a group of trusted contractors who they call upon for regular projects. These types of relationships are based on mutual trust and go back years.

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Tips for Choosing a Concrete Crusher

Industrial and commercial demolitions contain hundreds of tons of concrete. Instead of throwing all this material away, it can be crushed for use in a number of projects. Types of Concrete Crushers

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Understanding Demolition Methods and Services

Demolition is not a simple process, there is more to it than just dropping a wrecking ball on a building.

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Just like in every field, the demolition industry has its own high-tech devices that are driving it forward.

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Garage and Shed Asbestos Removal

Here at Demolition Tregon, we have been removing asbestos from garages and sheds for a long time so you can expect a fully licensed and safe asbestos removal service.

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A successful demolition job has to go through a great deal of planning and preparation. The logistical and safety aspects of bringing down a residential or commercial building dictate how demolition contractors approach the project.

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