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- Concrete Demolition Home
- Conditions calling for concrete removal and replacement
- Is it worth fixing?: Deep cracks, sunken concrete, and frost heave may require concrete removal
- Overview of Concrete Demolition Methods
- Pneumatic and hydraulic breakers
- Pressure bursting
- Dismantling: Sawing, water-jet cutting, or thermic lance
- Ball and crane
- Demolition Tools and Materials
- Demolition hammer
- Diamond wire saw
- Hydraulic concrete crusher
- Hydraulic splitter
- Pavement breaker
- Chipping hammer
- Rotary hammer
- Hydraulic hammer
- Mounted breakers
- Expansive demolition agents
- Pneumatic hammer
- What to Do with Demolished Concrete
- The benefits of recycling concrete from a demolition project
- Urbanite: Repurposing Old Concrete
- Avoiding Hazards During Concrete Removal
- Safety considerations prior to demolition
- Concrete demolition unknowns: How to avoid unwanted surprises
- Hand tool hazards
- Power tool hazards
- Machine-mounted tool hazards
- Tips for dressing properly
- Permitting Requirements for Concrete Demolition: General Guidelines
- When is a demolition permit required?
- Why are demolition permits required?
- Who can apply for a demolition permit?
- What does the demolition permit cost?
- What is involved in the typical demolition permit process?
- What is involved in the demolition inspection process?
Concrete DemolitionWhen removal and replacement of existing concrete is your best option, use this guide to learn more about permit requirements, the different methods of demolition and how to save money by recycling
The following is for GENERAL INFORMATIONAL USE ONLY. This is a very general overview of the permitting process for demolition projects. The actual process may vary widely between regions of the country, counties and municipalities.
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