Owned and operated by a retired Wichita firefighter, Pearson Demolition was founded in 1998 and offers expertise in several key areas, including residential and commercial demolition. Contact our crew today to learn more or to get a free commercial demolition quote!
Commercial Building Demolition in Wichita, KS
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Founded in 2014, our services include comprehensive demolition services for residential and commercial customers in the area. Our experienced, highly trained, and friendly staff of professionals can demolish commercial buildings and more.
We have the equipment and know-how required to complete the biggest and toughest commercial demolition projects. Our services include excavating, grading, topsoil, construction, and altering and remodeling. Our experience and meticulousness have led us to complete some of the most ...
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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.