Commercial Building Demolition in Manchester, KS

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Diehls Trucking Service Inc

Brookville, KS

Diehls Trucking Service Inc. has a team of highly trained professionals who will safely demolish your condemned or unwanted commercial buildings, structures, and houses. We'll make sure that all permits that are required by your city or county are acquired... more


Ronnie Diehl Construction

Salina, KS

Ronnie Diehl Construction serves Salina, KS and nearby communities. We perform unmatched commercial demolition services, as our team is experienced, friendly, and capable of tackling all facets of commercial projects. Contact us today to learn about our full capabilities as... more

Commercial Demolition Tips for Manchester, KS

Tips for Commercial Demolition

What affects commercial demolition cost?

The main component affecting your commercial demolition cost is square footage, so the first thing you'll want to do is calculate your structure's square footage. 

Calculating the square footage of a square or rectangular building is pretty straightforward—use a measuring tape or laser measure to find the length and width of the room, then multiply them together. But if your structure isn't a simple square or rectangle, then do your best to calculate the property by breaking it down into simple shapes and adding it all together.

Our Commercial Demolition FAQs answer more questions about commercial demo.

How is commercial demolition done?

The most common method for commercial demolition is mechanical demolition—the kind performed with heavy machinery, like excavators, bulldozers, wire rope pulls, wrecking balls, etc.

This equipment requires qualified professionals, and they can create quite a bit of noise and mess. Lots of dust, vibrations, airborne debris, and more are just some of the things that come with mechanical commercial demolition.

The heavy machinery is used to tear down the structure as efficiently and safely as possible while minimizing public health risks.