Many contracting companies are always trying as much as possible to avoid demolishing structures. They know the value of building structures. However, when faced with clear signs of danger of such building to human lives, they are forced to proceed with the job. Homeowners also get affected by house demolitions especially if that particular home has a lot of memories. Here are some of the reasons that justify most demolitions.
In case the foundation of a building is unstable, demolition contractors Tweed Heads cannot help having them demolished. The primary causes of the unstable foundation are the movement of earth plates as well as the horizontal growth of tree roots. An unstable foundation puts people’s lives in danger. It would be reasonable to have such structures crumbled in the ground calling for a demolition exercise to be undertaken.
Another reason that justifies most demolition is to protect the rights of land owners. In most countries where there are a large number of low-income families, you are likely to observe that people build their houses on any piece of land without first consulting on who truly owns the land. In case the rightful owners find people living in their lot, they have the authority to get rid of them and also demolish houses that they had built.
Most demolitions are carried out when there are instances of unseen pest infestation. Pests such as termites are known to weaken house structures over time thus compromising the integrity of such buildings. In case it is discovered that the structure has been overtaken by pests to the extent that they cannot be saved, the only option available is to undertake a demolition. By doing so, you eliminate chances of having the house crumbling and putting people’s lives in danger.
Nowadays, homeowners aim at getting the best out of their investments. One way of doing this is by demolishing the small building to build large structures. The size of the family keeps on increasing over time as time goes by. In such a scenario, you are forced to increase the size of the house or carry out a demolition in case the building is not in a position to incorporate extensions. Natural calamities such as earthquakes, fire, and flood might destroy a building necessitating a demolition to have new structures built. If the amount needed for repair is higher than the cost of building a new structure, it is only reasonable to carry out a demolition.