Our company team of experienced professionals are highly skilled in all kinds of demolition and excavation jobs around Sydney, with safety always our number one priority.
We take our demolition and excavation extremely seriously and when you choose the Trade wind you can rest assured that you are going into business with an organisation that employs much more than just a ‘knock ’em down and drag ’em out’ approach.
We are a fully licensed asbestos remover and we also specialise in services such as drilling, trenching, detailed excavation, and working in confined spaces.
We have safety management plans in place for all jobs demolition and excavation jobs that we undertake, and all of our workers and plant equipment are fully insured.
Call us for more information about how we can help with a wide range of commercial demolition and excavation services: 02 9636 9549
As expansive as the construction industry has become over the past few decades, so too has the demolition industry – albeit for an entirely different reason. Demolition services are usually called upon when a building needs to be raised, if a factory needs destruction, or if particular environmental features need to be treated in preparation for construction.
It’s not always possible to find a reputable service provider when needed and with so many firms around, deciding on the right one for your needs can be quite a challenging prospect. If you have a commercial demolition task in mind, here are a few pieces of advice to ensure that you find the best provider the first time around.
Things to look for:
• Proven performance
These four aspects should be considered very highly when it comes to hiring a demolition company in Australia. Unauthorised firms are quickly becoming a thing of the past as the government cracks down on them, but this won’t rule them out altogether. The first thing to do is to consider your budget. A good service will do their best to cater to your available funding and if you find yourself having to pay out more than you can willingly afford, you may be better off searching elsewhere.
Secondly, a commercial demolition company’s reputation can say a lot about their services, their level of expertise and their willingness to help. The best way to learn a little more about what people think of a firm, is by taking a look at previous customer reviews and feedback. This can be done online via unbiased review platforms, through the companies’ website where they will typically display their top reviews, or via forums and other places where people can discuss their experiences.
Once you have a good contractor in mind, you’ll undoubtedly want to gauge how successful they are at providing demolition services. Sometimes feedback isn’t enough, so it’s a good idea to get in touch with a potential provider and request to view their portfolio. This gallery will typically display the best work as done by the contractor, including before and after shots. If all seems in order, then the final thing to check is the companies’ availability.
No one likes to be kept waiting, especially if they have a project that they would like to get underway, but are faced with delayed starting dates and interruptions. A good service will make sure that they can book you in at a time that suits you; regardless of the size and extensiveness of the project. If you find yourself being told that you may need to wait for a few weeks – this is completely fine as it can take time for planning permission to be approved by your local authority. Anything longer than a couple of months most likely won’t be worth the wait, so it’s a better idea to approach another provider altogether.