Residential & Cottage » Demolition & Site Excavation

demolition

We offer complete demolition services – our team of machine operators and truck drivers work diligently and carefully to help make way for your new project. We utilize recycling practices, and can also assist you with understanding the process and permits required.

Q: Do I require a permit for demolition? If so, can you assist in the process?
A: Yes, you must obtain a demolition permit from your local Municipality. Yes, we’ll assist in you in the process. Our qualified staff can look after obtaining all your permits.

Q: What happens to the debris left over after a demolition project?
A: All of the materials are taken to a recycling facility and separated into different areas. Shingles, lumber and steel all go to different piles.

Q: Do I require a permit for excavation?
A: Depending on the type of excavation and where you are doing the excavation, a permit may be required. It’s always best to check with your Municipal office before you do any digging. Our qualified staff can look after obtaining all your permits.

Q: Are there rules about re-building close to the shoreline? How do the containment fences work?
A: You should always check with your local Municipal office before building near a shoreline. All the Townships in Peterborough County have different by-laws when it comes to building. We can help you find and understand these rules and our qualified staff can look after obtaining all your permits. Containment fences or “silt fences” work to keep deleterious material from entering a waterbody.

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