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Say Goodbye to Noise and Dust: How Purpose Demolition Makes Home Demolition a Breeze

By 23/02/2023 November 8th, 2023 No Comments

Demolition work is never a walk in the park.

It’s loud, and dusty and can cause a lot of inconvenience for those living and working nearby. However, at Purpose Fill Demolition, we believe that demolition work doesn’t have to be a nuisance.

We care about our natural environment around the Waikato and put much effort to preserve it, that’s why we have developed a range of strategies to reduce the impact of our work on the surrounding area so that you and your neighbours can go about your day with minimal disruption.

Disconnecting Utilities Before demolition can commence, the water, power, gas, and sewerage supplies need to be disconnected from your home.

At Purpose Fill Demolition, we understand that this process can take several days, so we work closely with utility companies to ensure that the disconnection process is as quick and painless as possible.

Reduce Dust with Misting Dust is one of the worst nuisances on any construction site. Demolition generates high levels of dust from start to finish, and this dust can be very harmful to health. To ensure that the dust generated by our demolition work doesn’t affect the health of our neighbours, we use a misting system.

This system suppresses dust by spraying water vapour into the air around the demolition site, settling the dust before it can blow away into neighbouring areas.

Your Hamiltonian neighbours don’t need to suffer too much!

We will try to reduce the work noise with the right equipment given that demolition work involves heavy-duty machinery and the destruction of strong materials, doing in the task in silence is impossible. However, at Purpose Fill Demolition, we use modern, high-quality demolition equipment that is specifically designed to minimize noise pollution. Our excavators, for example, are equipped with the best heat protection and perform with the least vibration, thus causing less noise.

We also use hydraulic and pneumatic breakers with mufflers to keep the noise to a minimum.

Reduce Light with Well-Planned Arrangement Artificial lighting is essential in demolition work, ensuring maximum efficiency and safety when natural light isn’t enough. However, bright lights can also be a nuisance to people in the surrounding area, distracting them or keeping them up at night. To minimize the impact of our lighting on our neighbours, we plan the arrangement of our lights well in advance.

By carefully choosing lamp types and positions, we can reduce the amount of lighting needed and prevent overspill. Lights are placed at regular intervals to ensure no one area is over-lit.

Diffusers are also used to distribute light evenly so there are no strong beams hitting neighbouring properties.

At Purpose Fill Demolition, we take the impact of our work on the surrounding area very seriously. We understand that demolition work can be disruptive, and we take steps to minimize the impact of our work on the community. By using misting systems, modern equipment, and well-planned lighting arrangements, we ensure that our work is as painless as possible for everyone involved. If you’re planning a demolition project on the Auckland, Waikato or Tauranga, get in touch with us today to learn more about how we can make your project a breeze.

Easy convenient and cost-effective and eco-friendly!