Interior Demolition can be defined as performing the taking apart of the interior of a structure in a safe manner while preserving the exterior portion and other areas not scheduled for demolition. This could include demolition of walls, partitions, finishes, equipment, pipes, fittings, etc. as would be required for an interior renovation project.
Select Demolition involves the removal of components, portions of structures, or interior finishes while protecting the remaining structure.
All of the above referenced demolition or deconstruction techniques may require asbestos abatement and / or lead-based paint abatement prior to demolition or deconstruction.
By hiring Rhino Demolition & Environmental Services to perform your interior demolition, select demolition, you are ensuring the safety of your home or commercial facility. Not to mention everyone’s health and the health of your environment. Our interior demolition services are typically performed in conjunction with our asbestos abatement services, but they may be standalone projects.
Yes, Rhino does perform soft demolition which can be contrasted with structural demolition. Soft demolition comes before structural demolition, and it involves removing all material inside and outside a structure that is not structural in nature. For example, removing ceiling tiles, floor coverings, drywall, any electrical or mechanical demolition, glass, lights, bathroom fixtures etc., would all be considered soft demolition. Structural demolition, on the other hand, would be removing the concrete floor, concrete beams, and load bearing walls.
Licenses and Permits depending on your location, your state, county or local municipality may require your company to obtain a license to perform the work as a demolition contractor. For some demolition jobs, your company may need to obtain a performance bond, for others, a letter of credit may be called for.
Selective demolition, sometimes referred to as interior demolition, is a popular alternative to completely tearing down a building. When a building is structurally sound, but an interior remodeling is desired, selective demo is often called for.
Yes, because the select demolition that is scheduled to take place could contain hazardous materials such as; Asbestos, Lead Paint, Mold, Mercury, or PCBs. Rhino always suggest an inspection take place before any renovation or demolition activities occur.
Rhino suggests you leave it to the experts as you may be contaminating your home or business with hazardous materials that may be harmful to you, your family, or coworkers health. Give us a call instead and we can walk you through the correct and safe process.