After a disaster occurs, a property owner’s ultimate goal is to get back into their home or business as soon as possible.
To do this quickly and efficiently, you need a team that will pay attention to the details and help you make the right decisions. The wrong choices can prolong the amount of time it takes to get back into your property and potentially cost more money.
At Blackmon Mooring & BMS CAT, we utilize our skills to remove only the necessary building materials, which helps to minimize replacement time and cost. We understand that there are safety precautions to address before creating a plan to remove drywall, flooring, cabinets or other building materials. In certain situations, items may require careful removal without damage so they can be reinstalled during the repair phase of the project. All of our employees are trained to follow OSHA guidelines and be mindful of electrical, plumbing or other architectural concerns when removing building components. We pay careful attention not to damage plumbing fixtures, electrical fixtures or other items that may be utilized during reconstruction.
Our experience has taught us to account for all variables related to demolition. For example, asbestos and other hazardous or regulated materials need to be evaluated and handled appropriately. If local, state and federal guidelines are not followed, fines could be issued and projects can be delayed.
We can assist you in removing sections of drywall in a few rooms or complete removal or “gutting” for reconstruction at a later date. We will work with you to identify your needs and customize a scope of work that accomplishes your goals. Our team follows a set of rigorous guidelines to ensure that salvageable items are not damaged and the demolition process does not affect the surrounding unaffected areas.
We have a long history of proving our abilities. That is why we are trusted with the world’s biggest jobs, YOURS.