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Mr Cut Demolition is a Western Australian family owned business, which specialises in demolition throughout Perth and Western Australia. Established in 2002, Mr Cut Demolition is dedicated to achieving one very important objective:
“To Provide Our Clients With The Best Service Available“
Customer satisfaction is of great importance to us so we aim for the most professional and reliable service guaranteed
Our upfront fixed pricing represents great value for money and peace of mind to help you manage you budget.
With 20 years industry experience you can rest assured you are dealing with the experts in all things demolition.
Our #1 priority here at Mr Cut Demolition is your satisfaction. This means we stand by our service 100%.
The demolition process is usually the first step in a new building or redevelopment project that can often be a stressful time for the home owner – getting this first step right can set you up for a smooth building experience.
Great care and planning are involved in the demolition of residential and commercial buildings. The demolition contractor you choose to carryout the demolition of your building must follow strict safety and health codes. Consider these tips on choosing a good demolition contractor to make sure that the demolition process is carried out in a safe, efficient, and stress free way.
1. Demolition Technology and Safety.
Methods of demolition and best practices vary depending on the site. Check that your contractor has a Work Method Statement and a Job Safety Analysis prepared specifically for your site.
2. Equipment and tools
Having the correct equipment and tools for the job at hand ensures the process runs smoothly and safely.
3. Removal of hazardous materials
Most buildings today still contain asbestos in some component of the structure. Ensure your contractor is licenced and experienced in removing this prior to mechanical demolition.
4. Waste Disposal Management
The demolition of a building generates a large volume of waste material. A good demolition contractor will sort this waste and recycle as much as possible to prevent it all entering our landfill sites, helping to preserve our fragile environment.
5. Resource recovery
Not all debris generated from a demolition is waste. There are a lot of materials that can be recovered for re use including, timber, roof tiles, windows, floorboards etc. Ensure your contractor has a plan to recover all viable building materials.
Ensure you have a thorough written quote for the demolition of your house that includes ALL the fees and charges associated with demolishing a building including: licences/permits, waste disposal, disconnecting services and rodent baiting.
7. Licences and Insurance.
One of the factors on how to choose a demolition contractor that you should not ignore is a licensed and fully insured demolition company that is qualified and experienced in carrying out demolition projects of whatever size and complexity. The company should have proof of license to operate and insurance coverage.