Hunter Valley Demolition

at Newcastle Hunter Valley, Newcastle, 2300

Hunter Valley Demolition is a reliable Hunter Valley based company providing -Earthworks -Abestos Removal -Tree Removal -Block Clears -Demolition Work

Hunter Valley Demolition
Newcastle Hunter Valley
Newcastle , NSW 2300
Contact Phone
P: 0434899100

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Tip# 10 Boots and Coveralls Once while demo'ing, I was watching someone wearing thin-soled sneakers. There was a piece of lath with a nail sticking straight up. He stepped on this and the nail sank deep into his foot. I would imagine he didn't make that mistake again. Boots are best. And you can buy disposable coveralls to put over your clothes if you're doing something extremely dirty like tearing out a ceiling that contains years of silt and coal dust.. And last of all,any work that you think is too overwhelming contact the pros.. Better safe than sorry it may cost you big time down the track...

Published on 2014-07-03 02:49:07 GMT

Hunter Valley Demolition would like to put out a personal recommendation for anyone looking to recycle metal waste to contact J.E & S Recycling on 0425367023 and ask for Jamie...

Published on 2014-06-27 09:32:37 GMT

Tip # 9 Use a Respirator--or At Least a Dust Mask A HEPA respirator is best if you're kicking up dust in an old house...asbestos, lead-based paint, or other hazards could be in that dust. If you can't stand wearing a respirator or feel certain you're not dealing with hazardous materials, at least use a dust mask.

Published on 2014-06-27 05:14:23 GMT

Tip # 8 Get the Right Tools Just as you carefully select a drill or a saw for a construction project, you need to select tools for your destruction project. Have at least a sledge, a crowbar (the big kind), a prybar (the flat, hand-held tool), and a claw hammer that you don't particularly care about anymore (it will get dinged up and may even break) and some good quality work boots that are steel cap. Thongs aren't Chinese work boots no matter what your mates say.. A nail through the foot isn't nice..

Published on 2014-06-25 20:04:05 GMT

Due to the high winds today in the Hunter Valley, next week is booking out fast for dangerous tree removal and tree clean ups...

Published on 2014-06-24 07:53:43 GMT

Tip # 6 6. Pick Up as You Go When We demo, We waver between religiously picking up as we go and charging ahead and picking up at the end. Both have their advantages. If you're working on a caffeine high, you may want to go with the latter. But on the whole, it's better to pick up as you go. A clean work site is a safe work site.

Published on 2014-06-23 20:12:41 GMT

Tip #5 Turn Off Power This should go without saying. If you need light, run an extension cord into your room and light the room with an utility light. Double check all power points with a spare work light or say that old power drill you own... There's no second chance with power!

Published on 2014-06-23 07:54:23 GMT

Tip #4 Know What's Behind the Wall (or Ceiling, etc.) Before swinging that sledge or crowbar, try to determine what is behind that wall. Live electrical wire? Water pipe? Gas? Asbestos? Exploratory holes and flashlights work wonders at helping you find out what's in there. Assume there is electrical wires there.

Published on 2014-06-22 19:59:59 GMT

Tip #3 Seal Off Areas That Will Not be Demolished.If there is an opening somewhere, Concrete and plaster dust will find it. So, merely closing a door on a demo usually isn't good enough. Seal with a plastic sheet and tape or with blue tape or use a readymade system like the Zipwall Dust Barrier.

Published on 2014-06-22 02:48:02 GMT

2. Carve Out Separate Time for Demolition Say to yourself, "Today (or this whole weekend) will be devoted to nothing but demo." Don't attempt to do anything constructive after demo. You won't feel like it after spending 6 hours of tearing things down. Also, by not having renovation scheduled, you won't feel the pressure to move more quickly than is safe.

Published on 2014-06-20 06:48:18 GMT

Over the next ten days we will post some hot tips of what we at hunter valley demolition call the "Ten Commandments of Demo" Tip #1 Look at Demolition as a Project Unto Itself Upon going into demo, develop the mindset that this is a project, not merely the prelude to the "real" project of renovating. There are people who do nothing but demolition. Think of yourself as putting on the "demo" hat for awhile. Then, when that's all done, you can proceed to renovation.

Published on 2014-06-19 09:07:59 GMT

Chloe & I have decided to start a small business. It's exciting times for us and our company will focus on but limited too: -Small to Large House Demolition -Friable & Non Friable Abestos Removal -Block Clearing -Tree Removal We will strive to deliver on time and on budget works...As all new ventures need a good kick start we are happy to offer a generous referral to those who swing business our way Regards Chloe & Ben

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