Valleywide Dig and Haul are a pest removal and grading company that offer construction, repair and remodeling companies for commercial and residential property. The company provides quality service to their clients and has the necessary equipment, trained workers and proper permits to perform all types of jobs. They are also licensed and insured, ensuring your satisfaction in the long run. Valleywide Dig and Haul has been providing quality grading and demolition services since 1987. Below is some information on some of the services they offer:
There are various different options for getting your property graded, including on-site grading by a team of highly skilled and qualified excavation construction experts or off-site towing and removal by private contractors. If you opt for the latter option, you will need to pay additional fees depending on the distance and duration of time needed to complete the job. An excavation contractor will generally charge approximately $500 for each ton of dirt removed. If you decide to hire a private contractor, keep in mind they will have to lift the truck, stack it and move it while tearing down the walls and leveling the lot. Although they may charge a bit more, they may not require as much insurance because the job is considered to be a private repair.
Valleywide Dig and Haul can perform a wide variety of services for any commercial construction project, including precast and poured concrete structures. Their experienced and qualified crew will first inspect your lot before excavating, grading and tearing down walls. You will then be given the opportunity to select whether you would like to have the structure’s foundation poured next or have it torn down. If you opt to have the foundation poured next, you can choose either concrete removal or compacting of the soil. Once the foundation is built, the excavation crew will remove the existing concrete, prep the area for the next stage of the project and clear away debris. You will then be given the opportunity to choose whether you would like the soil compacted or moved.
If you choose to have the structure torn down and the ground leveled, Valleywide Dig and Haul can perform the final stage of your project –a quality construction review. After your lot has been surveyed, the demolition crew will begin the process of dismantling the structure to obtain any steel and other material that may be needed. While this last stage is generally quick and easy, it can be tedious and take a few days. Once the demolition is complete, the workers will clean up the debris and take all leftover steel to the factory for storage.
In order to ensure a quality construction job, Valleywide Dig and Haul make sure their demolition contractors are current with their license and are up-to-date on any required the demolition work. By hiring a demolition contractor who is current, you can be assured that your materials and steel will be handled by professionals with sufficient experience and skill. Plus, you can rest assured that the site will be properly prepared for the next phase of your project, ensuring everything goes smoothly and no unexpected delays occur. The demolition team will typically schedule a specific day to remove all debris, including anything made from asbestos. This is usually a popular time because most demolition companies already own or have connections with the local office of the asbestos removal company. It’s best to contact your chosen demolition contractor ahead of time so they know when the schedule is.
There are a number of other advantages to having your Valleywide Dig and Haul lot cleared and prepped for construction and final staging. If you’re tired of struggling through an already challenging project, contact one of Valleywide Dig and Haul’s demolition experts today. They’ll assist you in getting rid of your old building and will eliminate the hassle of a ton of planning and heavy equipment layering.