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Concrete Removal

Concrete Removal can be an intimidating task. You may be asking yourself how can someone move this much weight? Are they going to break it up? Well here is a little information on how the Demo Boyzz remove concrete. I have listed some important pieces of equipment that you may spot us using during this scope of work.

Jackhammer with Air Compressor Attachment

When we have concrete demolition and removal projects to master, we often use our Jackhammer that comes with an air compressor attachment. The power of this piece of equipment is incredible! It breaks up the concrete into pieces we can haul away. The Jackhammer is a handheld machine and is attached to the air compressor by a long hose. The air compressor is portable and will be parked right in your driveway!

John Deere 331G Skidsteer | Hydraulic Hammer Attachment

We use our compact track loader in 2 different ways.

1) We grab the broken up pieces of concrete with the bucket and then load them directly into our dump truck or trailer. This is a fast and efficient way to move this much weight. It would be nearly impossible to move this much concrete by hand.

2) We add a hydraulic hammer attachment to break up the concrete on larger projects. The hydraulic hammer attachment is a great piece of equipment. On demolition projects where there is adequate space for the skidsteer to work, we use the machine to break up the concrete.

Concrete Cutting Saw

This is a cool machine to watch! We use this gas powered saw to precisely cut into concrete. You will see us use this wet saw with a diamond blade. We can use this saw residentially since the dust is minimal!

Demolishing Concrete

Demolishing concrete can be challenging due to the excessive weight. Did you know? Concrete is a composite material made up of cement, aggregate materials (rocks, gravel, etc) and water! Concrete companies sometimes add to the concrete mix to change the color, strength, or chemical resistance of it. Concrete has a density of approximately 145 pounds per cubic foot! That’s some heavy stuff right there!

Jackhammer with Air Compressor Attachment
Small Concrete Patio Removal
Hydraulic Demo Hammer Attachment on a Skidsteer

How To Choose The Right Demolition Contractor | Palm Beach County, FL

Looking for a Trusted and Reliable Demolition Contractor?

Looking for a trusted and reliable demolition contractor here in Palm Beach County? Don’t know who to call and who to trust? This is a common theme here in South Florida when searching for the right demolition company to begin your next project. How do I know who to hire? What does the demolition process consist of? Well, these are a few great questions to ask that require some key areas of research. Before hiring any demolition contractor, you’ll want to look for the following:

6 Tips for Choosing a Demolition Contractor

1) Reviews! Reviews are important because it shows real experiences from real customers. You can find reliable reviews on a company’s Google My Business page, Yelp page, Facebook page and a few other lead generator sites like HomeAdvisor and Hometown Local. Look at how many stars the company has and read what the customers are actually writing.

2) Pictures! Search for pictures of previous work that has been done by the company! Pictures are important because they tell a real story and show real results. Before and After pictures are my favorite. Before and After pictures show you the finished product, so you know exactly what you’re getting yourself into!

3) Call around! Familiarize yourself with the demolition contractors in your area by calling around! Call and speak to whoever answers the phone. Ask any questions you have and see if you feel comfortable with the responses. Have someone come out to your home or business and give you a free estimate. That way, you can go over the entire process from start to finish. You’ll want to get a firm price, find out how long the project will take from beginning to end, and find out availability. Use this information to make sure your next demolition project is completed on budget and on time!

4) What is Included in the Quote? Does this demolition contractor include hauling away all the construction debris that comes from the demolition? Our partnership with Lifetime Moving and Junk Removal allows us to haul away any and all debris from each demolition job site. Down to a broom swept empty home. Not every demolition company offers this service. Without the debris hauling service, you’re left with a huge mess and another pretty large bill. Find out everything that is included in your quote and make sure it is made clear in the contract.

5) Professionalism. By speaking with the company employees, meeting an on site estimator, looking at photos, and reviewing the website, you can get a pretty good idea about how professional the company really is. Make sure the employees are background checked and the company doesn’t have a high turnover rate. You don’t want some random guy off the street in your home for an extended period of time! A uniformed crew is a nice addition as well.

6) Contracts!! I can’t stress this one enough! Make sure you have a copy of a signed contract with the demolition contractor you decide to hire. You’ll want to clarify any ambiguous areas, and make sure it is detailed. You can never be too careful! Especially here in South Florida!

All in all, do your research to make an educated decision before hiring a demolition contractor in Palm Beach County. Really, before hiring anyone to do work in or around your home! You’ll thank me for the advice later!

Demolition Contractor

Inground Swimming Pool Demolition and Removal

How To Fill In/Remove Your Swimming Pool

Are you looking out your back window into your yard at an inground swimming pool full of debris and dirty water? Wishing you had a big back yard to enjoy without this dangerous and expensive pool to maintain? This is a common trend now a days, especially in South Florida where everyone seems to have an old, dirty swimming pool in their back yard. Swimming pools have now been characterized as dangerous, expensive to maintain, and overall a burden.

Want to remove your inground swimming pool? Our demolition team specialize in the demolition of all inground swimming pools. We are properly licensed and insured, so you won’t have to worry about a thing! We pull all necessary permits for you and pay all associated fees. Every step of your demolition project will be easy and stress free! The Demo Boyzz will ensure you avoid unnecessary fines and issues that may arise.

Taking on a demolition project alone can increase the risk of causing a lot of unforeseen damages. Damages you will definitely be liable for. The only way to prevent these unnecessary and unwanted risks is to hire the best demolition contractor in Boynton Beach, Demo Boyzz.

Palm Beach County Pool Demolition

No matter the size of your pool, Demo Boyzz’s handles everything from beginning to end. We provide the most reliable inground swimming pool demolition services in Palm Beach County, FL and surrounding counties. A few examples of items we often remove while demolishing a swimming pool include:

Screened Enclosure Removal

Screened enclosures are very common in South Florida as they were made to keep leaves and debris out of the pool while still letting sun in. They are very simple to remove as it is solely made out of aluminum rods and mesh material. The screened enclosure is the first thing we demolish when beginning a pool demolition.

Concrete Patio Demolition

At Demo Boyzz, we offer concrete removal. Deep-set cracks and unevenness are two of the biggest reasons people give for wanting to remove concrete. Not only are the cracks terrible to look at, they can become dangerous too!

How is a concrete patio removed? Depending on the project, we will use saws and jackhammers to break up the patio into manageable chunks until the concrete slab is gone. That way, we can load the pieces up into our dumpsters or dump truck and haul away to our nearest concrete recycling facility.

Before You Begin Your Pool Removal

To start this process, you need to determine the size of your pool. Measure the length, width and depth of your pool to have the accurate volume of your pool in cubic yards. Multiply these 3 numbers together, and divide by 27 (amount of cubic feet in a yard), which result in the total yardage of your pool.

How To Decide: Do It Yourself Or Hire A Contractor

Filling in a pool can be perceived as simple, although heavy machinery is required. If you have no ability to operate an excavator or a skidsteer, skip this step and find a qualified contractor. If you do have the capabilities, it can save you a large amount of money. Don’t forget, rent a machine with rubber tracks! Rubber tracks are crucial because metal tracks will destroy your grass!

Ordering Your Fill

Swimming pools can be very deep and require a large amount of material to fill. This can be tricky as inexperienced contractors often order too much or too little fill. Have the material dumped as close to the pool opening as possible because the less material you have to move the better! Remember, you will want to use quality topsoil for the surface layer.

Removing an Inground Pool

Option 1: Filling in the pool

Filling in a pool involves draining the pool, drilling holes into the bottom, removing the top layer, placing the concrete into the bottom, and adding dirt and topsoil while continuously compacting the soil. This is the most affordable option and is the fastest to complete. The cons are that you have to disclose it to future buyers. If this method is not done properly, there is a risk of sinkage and swelling.

Option 2: Complete Pool Removal

The pool is drained and all materials like concrete, fiberglass, liner, re-bar, etc. is removed and hauled away. This method should have no impact on your home’s value. With no concrete buried, the risk of sinkage and seepage is gone! This option is more expensive and takes longer.

If you want the best demolition services in Palm Beach County, contact Demo Boyzz, at 561-320-7342 now. Our demolition team is experienced and will effectively handle any demolition project. Big or small.


Dispose Of Your Mobile Home Easily, Legally, and Safely

Mobile Homes are an excellent solution for those who desire affordable living. Typically, a mobile home lasts anywhere from thirty to fifty years. That, of course, depends on how well the mobile home was maintained. However, when you’re ready to move on from your mobile home, what do you do? Luckily, disposing of old mobile homes is a specialty for a demolition company like Demo Boyzz. Make sure your Mobile Home Demolition is disposed of safely, sufficiently, and legally.

Why Choose Mobile Home Demolition

When a mobile home depreciates, that means not much profit can be made when it comes time to sell. Not to mention, an abandoned mobile home on land that you own can decreases the property value. Many people suggest donating an old mobile home to the local fire department. But, contacting your local fire department to have your mobile home burned down is actually illegal.

If you are unable to donate your mobile home legally, it’s time to demolish it. With Mobile Home Demolition, the disposal process is safe, easy, and legal.

The Mobile Home Demolition Process

At Demo Boyzz, the demolition process is done in a way that recovers debris and material to reuse. It is an environmentally-friendly alternative that also promotes recycling. Our Mobile Home Demolition uses heavy machinery to demolish your old mobile home. At Demo Boyzz, our demolition process also checks for asbestos before demolishing.

With Mobile Home Demolition, we tear down the entire structure of your mobile home.  

The Demo Boyzz Mobile Home Demolition

As Palm Beach County’s top Mobile Home Demolition Contractor, our demolition services get the job done. At Demo Boyzz, our mobile home demolition is the go-to solution since:

  • Mobile Homes Are Not Road-Worth
  • Many Permits Are Required
  • Demolition Of  A Mobile Home Is Green & Eco-Friendly
  • Axles, Hitches, & Tires Attached Are Often Unusable
  • Few Landfills Will Accommodate The Dumping Of A Mobile Home

Our Mobile Home Demolition Contractors

At Demo Boyzz, our mobile home demolition contractors are fully licensed and insured. Every demolition project is carried out by a trained professional. That way, we ensure a safe and accident-free demolition project. Our team of Demolition Contractors brings years of experience to your project. Delivering the highest-quality Mobile Home Demolition Services in Palm Beach County, FL.

If you are stuck wondering what to do with your Mobile Home, contact the Demo Boyzz. We guarantee a safe, efficient, and legal removal of your mobile home with our Mobile Home Demolition Services. Do not hesitate to Get In touch With Us today at (561) 320-7342.

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