17 May Cost effective demolition solutions
With any demolition project, cost is a matter of scale. The bigger the demolition project, then generally the more it’ll cost. For example, the demolition of a high-rise is going to cost more than the demolition of a bungalow.
Specialised services also affect the price of a demolition project. For example, if asbestos is suspected on site, the demolition company and you both have a legal obligation to mitigate the risk of asbestos exposure by performing a survey.
Perhaps then a good synopsis of the factors that affect a demolition project’s cost would be so: it depends on project size and complexity. The smaller and simpler a job is, the cheaper it’ll be. Of course, ‘cheap’ is a relative term. A Ferrari to a billionaire is cheap. But we’re sure you get the idea: all jobs are unique and priced as such.
The type of services needed for a job will affect its price. Services we provide on demolition projects include mechanical demolition, de-building by hand, concrete and aggregate crushing, site clearance and site remediation. Big building and small building demolition will usually require a combination of these services.
After demolition, bulk excavation may be required on site. In addition to demolition, we’re experts in this area. We offer a complete service to suit any project, with site preparation available as well as site remediation. Depending on the project we also provide land clearance and reclamation, as well as specialist waste management. This ensures a site can be fully excavated ready for new construction.
If you bundle demolition and bulk excavation with Jennings, we can offer a highly competitive contract. Please get in touch to find out more. You can find out more about our bulk excavation services here. Demolition can be found here.
Quality to cost ratio
We’re believers in that you can’t put a price on quality. Quality means different things to different people, but in our business it is more than a word. It’s a culture. In everything we do, we strive to deliver the highest quality possible.
Whether that’s training for our workforce, training for our management on new health and safety guidance, investment in personal protective equipment or investment in new construction machinery, we always want the best. This ensures we can deliver a high-quality service and get every job done properly.
When you cost cut, you cut corners. But there is a difference between being competitively priced and cost cutting. Cost cutting implies a company cuts corners so they can win contracts based on rock bottom prices. Competitively priced means a company understands its market and plays to its tune. It means, simply, that the company matches or beats the quotes of its immediate competitors.
At Jennings, we are competitively priced. We’re not the cheapest, and we don’t go out of our way to win contracts on rock bottom prices. We have firm fees and we don’t discount our projects because we do the job right, and our continuous investment in our workforce, and our fleet, requires we do this.
It means you can always expect the very best demolition work. From our site managers and foremen to our workers and labourers, we demand a high-quality from top to bottom so our contracts are seen through on time and the job is done right. This dedication to professionalism, and passion for our work, shines through on every job. It is why we’ve been in business since 1959 and we’re stronger than ever now.
If you would like to find out more about our services or discuss a new project please complete our enquiry form at this page and we will be in touch. Alternatively, call us on 0113 255 8919 or email [email protected].