There may be a time when you perform your own demolition. It may include a wall in your house, a small garden shed or even a concrete patio that does not fit in with your future plans. While many of these projects are best handled by a demolition contractor, the area where you really need to consider help is in debris removal in Kansas City. Your regular trash service may not pick it all up, and the debris may also be hazardous to handle. Here is why you should consider hiring out this last step:
- Safety: The leftovers from demolition are not always safe. Handling some types of debris, like cut-apart walls of a metal building, can be dangerous. You can sustain cuts, or some pieces may be too heavy and cause injury when you try to pick them up. Our contractors have tools and safety equipment that makes moving the most dangerous debris safe and easy. Rather than putting yourself at risk, take advantage of our expertise.
- Time: No one likes to clean up, whether that involves dishes in the sink or the chaos that remains after performing small demolition projects through your yard. You may stretch out the chore over days or neglect it entirely, while the debris remains an eyesore and safety hazard. Hiring out this task gets it finished quicker and takes it out of your realm of responsibility so you can do something else. It will also allow you to start your new ideas sooner rather than wait until your site is cleared out. Many new porches or paver surfaces get put off for months just because of debris removal issues.
- Salvage opportunities: Old concrete and other materials can be recycled into other construction material. For smaller projects, the effect is mainly a feel-good one of knowing that useful items do not end up taking up space in a landfill. Since these salvage operations often pay by the ton, it is unlikely you would secure extra funds except for the largest of demolition projects.
- Liability avoidance: Debris is not only unsightly. It can also be an unattractive nuisance or other claim against your homeowner’s or business policy if it winds up injuring someone. The sooner you remove the debris, the less likely you will be to face a lawsuit due to safety issues on your property. There is no reason to let it sit longer than necessary to be a temptation to trespassers looking for a unique adventure.
- Better cost control: Even if your trash service will pick up this debris, you will be charged for the extra weight and volume of waste. This can be a bad surprise when your garbage bill arrives. When you hire a contractor for this work, the waste disposal is part of the estimate. You pay once, and from there, all you have to do is prepare to say goodbye to your debris.
For assistance with debris removal in Kansas City after completing large or small projects, contact the team at Midland Wrecking Inc. We look forward to assisting you!