Greenscapes Landscaping & Retaining Walls, an Asheville, NC-based landscaping contractor, is pleased to announce that they now also offer demolition contractor services in Asheville and surrounding areas at competitive prices. They have the expertise and experience in residential and commercial demolition and they are ready to handle any demolition project, big or small. They can perform demolition services for homes, commercial buildings, mobile homes, and other structures efficiently and quickly.
Ryan Endres, owner of Greenscapes Landscaping & Retaining Walls, says, “As a demolition contractor, we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible service. We will work with you to develop a demolition plan that meets your needs and your budget. Contact us today to schedule a consultation. During the on-site property valuation, we’ll walk you through the process and determine exactly what we need to do the job effectively and efficiently. If you are rebuilding after the move, we can level the area to help your builder. »
There are a number of factors that need to be considered when estimating home demolition costs. It would be a good idea for the owner to first consider whether the old house will be replaced by a new one. If not, the cost of any permits that may be required to demolish the property will also need to be considered. The basic things to consider when budgeting for a demolition are: the size of the house; the location of the property; any health hazard; necessary permits before demolishing the house; and ease of access to the location. And they are keen to point out that a typical home demolition will cost anywhere from $2,000 to $20,000.
Several steps are to be taken for owners wishing to demolish a house. The first step is to obtain the services of a demolition contractor. The next step is to set a date for the demolition. The third step is to have the demolition contractor dismantle and dispose of all exterior and interior walls of the house. The fourth step is to have the demolition contractor remove the windows, roof, and doors from the house. Next, the demolition contractor will remove all electrical wiring and plumbing from the home. The sixth step is to have the demolition contractor remove all remaining debris from the house. And finally, finish demolishing the house.
Greenscapes Landscaping & Retaining Walls can also provide demolition services for hazardous structures, contaminated sites, mobile homes, and newly constructed homes or buildings. They can offer demolition services for structures that are now considered unsafe due to floods, fires, structural damage, or the age of the structure. These structures are generally considered a threat to public safety and should be quickly and safely demolished. They can also offer demolition services for contaminated sites, such as buildings that contain asbestos or lead. They will safely remove hazardous materials and then dispose of them properly so that the site or building is safe and clean for future use.
Founded in 2001, Greenscapes Landscaping & Retaining Walls offers different types of services, such as retaining walls, demolition services, landscaping, decks, patios and seating, waterfalls and ponds, and outdoor kitchens. Some of the projects they have done include: designing the landscaping of Chimney Rock which expanded the backyard space for entertaining; landscaping transformation for landslide caused by soil erosion in the yard in Waynesville; outdoor stone kitchen and fire pit at Candler; river rock waterfall and boulder wall in Buncombe County; and more.
Those interested in learning more about demolition and other services provided by Greenscapes Landscaping & Retaining Walls can visit their website or contact them by phone or email. They can also check out their page on the Asheville Chamber of Commerce website. They are open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday to Saturday.
For more information about Greenscapes landscaping and retaining walls, contact the company here:
Landscaping and retaining walls
875 Tunnel Road #A
Asheville, North Carolina 28805