Amber | http://www.magilldemolition.com.au/services
Claire Reynolds || http://www.donmurraysbobcatandtipperhire.com.au
When the property is "red tagged " by the city ( meaning -do not enter-tear down ) or you are buying a property that an inspector tells you that that property needs to be torn down,I just saw one recently that had a crumbling foundation that could not be repaired & contractor advise that house be torn down,good luck !
Eight engine companies, two trucks and two battalion chiefs responded to the incident using hose lines and a large nozzle attached to the top of the fire engine to fight the fire in Adelanto, CA
Damage estimates were calculated at approximately $130,000 and in the afternoon the house was demolished by the city.
So this would be one way I guess .
Claire Reynolds || http://www.syracusehaulers.com/demolition.html
Will Jenkins | http://www.ffrci.com/water-damage/
Fred Hutchinson | http://www.alliancedemolition.net
It boils down to the definition of a weed, any plant that is not where you want it to be.
A good house in the wrong place....becomes a knockdown.
-If the cost of maintaining/restoring the house/building out weigh any earnings you can/would get from sale or rental.
- If the there is serious structural damage (this plays into the above reason).
- If the value of the land is worth more without the house there.
In some cases you may only want to demolish parts of the building in order for restoration to occur or to satisfy building codes. In any case you should always use licensed contractors/demolition teams to keep yourself physically and legally safe. http://www.syracusehaulers.com
All the best,
Kieran Jackson, CA DRE # 01903647
Keller Williams Hollywood Hills
Short Sale Specialist (SFR)