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Shed Removals, Palm Beach County Demolition Contractors

Small or large. It doesn’t really matter how big your shed is, you always want to make sure you are hiring professionals to handle it, or you will have problems keeping the whole process safe. We highly recommend getting in touch with our team at Palm Beach County Demolition Contractors. We have been in the industry for over 30 years and worked on multiple shed removals so that homeowners or property owners overall don’t have to worry about the process. We keep safety as the main priority and then work our way down a list of requirements and needs throughout the process.

Removing a shed can be done for many reasons. You may need to get rid of an old one, a damaged shed that is about to collapse, or maybe you don’t want it or need it anymore. Some people simply want to use the space for new construction and structure. Regardless of the reason behind the demolition, we will be there to plan it properly.

But what is so difficult about shed removals? The fact that you never know the condition and how you won’t damage the land. Most people think this is about removing the planks and roof and simply smashing everything with a hammer. However, most sheds have foundations as well.

As a result, excavation and proper indications in all this are needed. Otherwise, you will end up damaging your space and the way you are treating your land. We plan for all this so nothing is a problem throughout the demolition and after it.

Now, do you actually want to remove it all? Maybe what you are trying to do is simply remove some parts of it. There is a lot to be considered, and we highly recommend thinking about the options.

How Long Does Shed Removal Take?

This will depend on many factors:

  • The shed’s size.
  • How difficult it is to handle the removal.
  • The type of removal you want: total, partial, or interior.
  • What are you planning to use the space where it was placed for?
  • The option you choose for demolition will make costs higher or lower.

We will always discuss the timeline with you since all projects are different. However, if you are wondering based on an average considering small, medium, and large sheds, then you can have one:

  1. Small sheds take about 1 to 2 days to remove.
  2. Medium-size sheds can take from 2 to 4 days in total.
  3. While large sheds can take 4+ days in the process.

Four days is usually a lot when you try to remove a shed, but it will highly depend on its condition. Some sheds are also massive, and people have a lot of things inside. Depending on how you are using the space, what will take longer is removing the items and all hazardous materials.

Now, this is the demolition itself. The process doesn’t start there whatsoever. You can spend over a week, if not a month, trying to get all the permits and legal documents done in order to demolish your shed.

While some small projects don’t always require, you actually need to handle the legal aspects. For shed removals, you need to request permission from the local building department, especially if the noise, dust, and entire elements of the project will affect your neighborhood.

In some cases in which the property and shed are basically isolated from a place, this is ignored by some. However, it doesn’t mean it isn’t legally needed to be handled.

How Much Does Shed Removal Cost?

The prices are often estimated per square foot. This will vary on all the aspects and factors from the timeline as well, but whom you are hiring is added as well.

Overall, you can pay from $3.25 to $11.50 per square foot. Most projects will average $7 per square foot, and this includes everything:

  • Getting all permits and legal documents done and approved.
  • Bring equipment and work on the best demolition option.
  • Make sure to place all safety precautions.
  • Consider any elements that are hazardous.
  • Remove items, store them, and help with disposal if needed.
  • Clean after ourselves and make sure the space is cleared once the removal is done.

At Palm Beach County Demolition Contractors, we include and offer a full service. Therefore, feel free to call or email us so that you can get the most out of your time and effort.

Here is a list of the services you can get at Palm Beach County Demolition Contractors:

There are so many areas or regions where we offer these services with most of them being cities.

However, if you need any of these services, you need to contact us. The list below comprises the areas where we offer these services.