Atlas Demolition specializes in the demolition and removal of small structures such as backyard sheds in Eastern New Jersey and New York City.
Do you have a backyard shed that either you or the previous owner used for storing things you no longer need like old yard equipment, dated sports memorabilia or grown children's keepsakes? Time for us to come in and remove that shed.
We are the preeminent shed collapsing and structure removing company in New Jersey.
Along with shed tear-downs, we also specialize in the removal of old and un-used in-ground swimming pools. Call us today for a quote!
Here are the general steps involved in removing a shed:
Preparation and Safety:
Ensure you have the necessary tools and equipment for the job, such as a hammer, pry bar, reciprocating saw, and gloves.
Disconnect any utilities, such as electricity, water, or gas lines, if applicable.
Clear the area around the shed of any obstacles or debris that may hinder the removal process.
Empty the Shed:
Remove all contents from the shed, including furniture, equipment, and personal belongings.
Safely dispose of any hazardous materials or chemicals according to local regulations.
Evaluate the shed's construction and determine the type of removal process required. Is it a prefabricated shed with removable panels, or does it need to be dismantled piece by piece?
Dismantling the Shed:
If the shed is composed of panels or modular elements, start by removing the roof panels and then work your way down, removing walls and doors.
Use a pry bar, hammer, or reciprocating saw to carefully dismantle and separate the shed components.
Take caution to avoid damaging any nearby structures or injuring yourself during the dismantling process.
Deconstruction and Disposal:
Separate the shed materials into different piles based on their composition, such as wood, metal, or plastic.
Recycle or dispose of the shed components responsibly. Check local recycling centers or waste management facilities for proper disposal options.
Once the shed has been removed, clear the area of any remaining debris, nails, or screws.
Level the ground if necessary and restore the area to its original condition.
Remember, the specific steps and techniques for shed removal may vary depending on the shed's size, construction, and location. If you are unsure about any aspect of the process or if the shed is particularly large or complex, it is recommended to hire a professional shed removal service or contractor who has the expertise and equipment to safely handle the job..