Demolition in Raleigh

 
 
 

Demolition Services

 
The team at Raleigh Secondhand Barn assists customers who are wanting to downsize or those undertaking a total demolition of their property. Our demolition solutions are individually tailored to suit our clients’ needs. Over the years, our team has assisted with various demolition projects. From warehouses, homes, sheds and more, our team of demolition professionals can retrieve items of value and building materials to be recycled and sold.

Our experienced team members can retrieve everything from old doors, floorboards and other reusable materials. We can buy these from our client and sell the items in our warehouse so it can be reused and upcycled. Our services comply with all of the necessary industry standards, including environmental and safety regulations.
 
 
 
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Our team can also take care of deceased estate clearance. We buy and sell antique furniture, vintage clothing and other secondhand items at our 3 acre barn in Raleigh, south of Coffs Harbour. Visit our secondhand store or give us a call and let us discuss how we can help you get that demolition job done.
 
 
 
 
 
 

Frequently Asked Questions

 
 

Are there any certifications that I need to secure before I can push through with my property’s demolition?

 
You will need to secure a complying development certificate from your local council or a private certifier before you can undertake your property’s demolition. It is important to secure all of the needed documents first before contacting a demolition service so you can save on time, money and effort.
 
 
 

How long does a typical demolition job usually take?

 
A typical demolition job will usually take only up to two days, provided that all of the necessary certifications and permits have already been secured beforehand. However, there are certain factors that must be considered including property size and weather conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

Can I go to the demolition site and see how everything goes during the demolition process?

 
Demolition sites are dangerous to anyone who is not wearing any kind of protective equipment, this is why Australian laws require demolition sites to be off limits to the general public especially when operations are ongoing. It is best to talk with your demolition contractor so you can arrange how you can best view the demolition process without breaking any laws and putting yourself in danger.