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If you buy into the picture of industrial demolition contractors as doing little more than hitting buildings haphazardly with wrecking balls, think again. Each demolition project requires a slew of computed calculations; a consideration of physics and building dynamics; and a good deal of prior experience to avoid potential pitfalls.
Taking apart a building by hand so almost everything may be reused is the latest environmental innovation among demolition contractors. Portland, Oregon homeowners may be interested to learn what can be salvaged.
As industrial demolition contractors and an EPA lead-certified demolition firm, Elder Demolition is especially vigilant about lead exposure, since we often dismantle industrial plants such as chemical facilities and paper mills. Learn more about our safety standards.