Bathroom Demolition Indianapolis
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Is it just me, or is it hard to remodel only one small section of a bathroom? You get in there and may only want to make a small change, but then the great grand vision kicks in and you see that more work is needed. Move a pipe here, add a double sink there, relocate the toilet seat and the next thing you know the entire bathroom is down to the studs. While it is not always economical, the easiest way to reconfigure a bathroom layout is to take it down to the studs and rebuild. Moving pipes and electrical is much easier this way and in a room where there is going to be a lot of voltage and water flowing, you want things to be done 100% to code. Since this is often times the case for remodeling companies, bathroom demolition is a service that will predicate the aforementioned work.
Bathroom Demolition Services
However, most remodeling companies make their money by keeping their skilled tradesmen on skilled work. That’s where a trained, professional demo team can be very useful. We specialize in bathroom demolition and can take care of the work in a professional manner thereby reflecting well on the contractor and pleasing the homeowner. We do this by not only performing the work, but we know how to navigate the plumbing and electrical during demo work so that we don’t make mistakes that can just add more work to the job. This is a very useful tool in the remodeling process which increases efficiency for general contractors.
For homeowners that want to tackle the rebuild themselves, a demo team that can take care of the bathroom demolition is useful, but what makes it even more convenient is that all debris removal and disposal is included. This takes even one more step out of the process. However, making our team even more of an ace in the hole is that we will perform all site preparation services, i.e., blocking off adjoining rooms, blocking off HVAC ducts, putting down protective barriers for walking throughout the house and installing zippered doorways during construction sealing off the work environment. All of these measures prevent the spread or debris and floating around of construction dust throughout the home.