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White Glove Demolition: What is it?

When it comes to demolishing houses in densely populated urban areas, it is very important to ensure that the process does not impinge upon the surrounding occupants of the area. 

House demolitions in Toronto can potentially cause a lot of dust and debris if one isn’t careful, which can be of significant concern when many neighbours might be affected. More importantly, house demolition in high-end areas might require a heightened level of care. 

Furthermore, stimulation in the modern age might benefit from an emphasis on environmental responsibility to ensure that the demolition process is as green as possible. For this reason, many property investors and contractors turn to white glove demolition services to ensure that the houses are demolished with precision and with minimal impact on surrounding areas and the environment.

Let us take a look at some of the key characteristics that define white glove demolition, and the service that we here at Demo For Your Reno offer.

Dust and Debris Control

One of the key characteristics of white glove demolition is that extra care is taken to minimize the dust and debris generated from a demolition. This is important in highly populated urban environments where many people might be affected by excessive dust generation, and where locations and buildings nearby might be affected by less controlled demolition approaches. 

White glove demolition uses dust suppression methods and advanced containment measures to ensure that the area is kept clean and free of excessive dust and debris, thereby minimizing the impact on the surrounding area.

A Green Approach to Demolition

White glove demolition focuses on ensuring that as much material as possible is salvaged and recycled. 

Various materials, such as wood, metal, and even masonry, are salvaged and recycled wherever possible. In many cases, these materials can be reused in other construction projects. This minimizes the amount of waste created and limits the environmental impact of demolition. It can also contribute to lowering the cost of any ensuing construction projects that will replace the demolished structure if recycled materials can be reused.

Heightened Precision

White glove demolition is the preferred method for carrying out selective demolition projects where particular parts of a structure can be taken down without affecting the rest of it. If the project you are working on requires that a portion of the building be retained due to the owner’s desire to preserve some part of the structure or the materials used therein, then a white glove demolition might be the approach you would want to take. 

Generally, white glove demolition uses more hand tools rather than relying on heavy machinery such as excavators or wrecking balls to get the job done. White glove demolition typically makes use of a variety of hand tools such as hammers, chisels, saws, and other precision equipment to get the job done. As a result, white glove demolition can take a little longer, but its enhanced precision means that greater control can be exercised. 

If you’re looking for a company that can carry out precision white glove house demolition in Toronto, then request a quote from the Demo For Your Reno team today.