Oftentimes, our clients ask us to perform what’s commonly known as interior demolition service. Interior demolition is the process of taking apart interior portions of a structure while preserving the exterior. This service is generally needed in preparation for renovation or restoration projects so as to leave a clear area ready for the next stage of the project.
When it comes to your business, you should settle for nothing but the best. Interstate Sawing is the nation’s leading concrete sawing and demolition expert. We offer a variety of commercial interior demolition services that will get your project completed safely and efficiently. That said, let’s take a look at 3 examples of interior demolition services.
1. Floor Demolition
Floor demolition might involve removing the entire subfloor, particularly if it is severely rotting or squeaking. Or, it may need to be demolished if a staircase needs to be added. Attempting to remove old flooring yourself is not only time-consuming but expensive as well.
Professional demolition services can get the job done virtually dust-free and without damaging the surrounding areas. With our specialized equipment and years of experience, we have the ability to tear out even the toughest of floors when compared to the traditional methods. We will work with your schedule and needs to assure minimal interruption to your business operations.
2. Interior Wall Demolition
One of the trickiest aspects of interior demolition is the partial or complete removal of structural elements such as walls, beams, and columns. Removing a wall requires extreme care and expert planning to ensure that the rest of the structure remains intact. Depending on your plans for the space, any electrical lines, gas lines, plumbing, and possibly air ducts may need to completely reroute. Fortunately, our team of commercial interior demolition contractors can provide safe, efficient services in this area.
There are various reasons why a wall might need to be demolished. For example, if an old office building is being turned into a warehouse space, the interior walls may be removed to create an open area. It will be important to work with an interior demolition company that has the right interior demolition tools and equipment to remove any unwanted elements without causing any damage to the remaining structure.
3. Ceiling Demolition
It may become important to remove a ceiling as you renovate or remodel a space. Drop ceilings can be found in residential homes, professional offices, and commercial retail spaces. The purpose of a drop ceiling is to provide a small space between the actual ceiling and the suspended one. This space is needed since the actual ceiling is often made of concrete, making it very difficult to recess electrical wiring and lighting.
Our robotic demolition equipment can safely cut through concrete to remove structures. Not only do they make job sites safer but they also help us get the job done more efficiently. Remote-controlled robots help us to get to hard-to-reach areas, such as high ceilings. Our professional services are sure to give you peace of mind that everything will be handled properly.
Call Interstate for Expert Interior Demolition Services
If you are looking to demolish your building’s interior to reconstruct or make changes to it, we can help. Interstate Sawing & Demolition will provide you with expert interior demolition services – no matter how small, large, or complex your project may be. There are many factors that can influence the cost of demolition services. However, using an interior commercial demolition cost calculator is a great way to better understand the general cost. Or, you can get in touch with us for a customized quote.
Whatever the size of the job may be, our demolition interior specialists are ready to help you reduce interior wall demolition costs without sacrificing quality. Our goal is to make interior demolition affordable so that you can get the best deal possible.
Contact us today to book one of our robotic demolition crews!