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Demolition and Clean Outs: Commercial vs Residential

July 31, 2019

When it comes to the differences between commercial vs residential demolition and clean outs and services, Maryland's professionals have all the answers.

Sanford & Son Demolition and Clean Outs go beyond the standard residential and commercial demolition services. For the last 20 years, we've provided top notch service, from calculating the free estimate, to the junk removal itself--seven days a week.

But some homeowners might have a few questions about what sets a commercial demolition and clean out, apart from a residential demolition and clean out.

Commercial Demolition Services vs. Residential Demolition Services

Residential demolition services are applied to single-family homes however, larger multi-unit living spaces can also be considered residential. But commercial demolition services are only applied to large, warehouse-like structures used for retail or office space.

When it comes to the demolition process and the equipment used, commercial and residential demolition projects differ in the equipment used, and the overall process. Commercial demolition projects are larger-scale projects that require heavier machinery--significantly larger than equipment that would be used for a residential project--because if the building is too large to take down with ordinary demolition equipment, then explosives might be required.

Residential demolition services require more care and precision--especially if you don't want to disturb the neighbors...too much. After the structure is taken down and the debris is hauled off, the space where the home used to occupy, might need the terrain evened out if the demolition project leaves the ground uneven.

Sometimes, in terms of logistics and the general situation, residential and commercial demolition projects might require different points of contact. When it comes to residential demolition, the demolition company might need to stay in contact with the homeowner for project progress, consultations, and any other questions or comments, whereas commercial demolition projects might require contact with any other contractors involved in the demolition project, as a whole.

Both commercial and residential demolition services tear down old, unused structures and tear them down. Once the old buildings are torn down and the rubble is cleared, space is made for a new structure to be built in the space of the old one. At the end of the day, the goal is always the same--and true professionals will be prepared to deal with any kind of demolition project you'll have to throw at them.

The team and Sanford & Son Demolition and Clean Outs isn't just another Maryland debris removal company--we proudly take on all the dirty work. When it comes to residential and commercial demolition and clean out services, homeowners all over the Glen Burnie/Pasadena and Annapolis areas know they are getting top-notch service from seasoned demolition veterans. For more information about how we can help you, click here.