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Demolition can be a daunting task, especially when it comes to large-scale buildings. It’s not just about knocking down walls and structures but also handling hazardous materials and ensuring safety measures are taken. That’s where our comprehensive building demolition services come in. From interior demolition to contaminated soil removal and asbestos abatement, we have the expertise and experience to handle it all. Our team of environmental experts is equipped with cutting-edge technology and tools to ensure a safe and efficient demolition process. We understand the importance of minimizing disruption to surrounding areas and the environment, which is why we also prioritize recycling and waste management.

Building Demolition

What goes up must come down, but with Pece of Mind Environmental, Inc., you can be sure that everything comes down safely and in control. Safety is the first priority with any of our projects…

Interior Demolition

Anyone can take down shelving or drywall, but if you want to remove machinery & equipment, partitions, ceilings & floor coverings, structural steel, mechanical systems, masonry walls or windows…

Ultra-High Demolition

There’s risk involved in any demolition project, but the potential for mishaps increases with altitude. If you have an ultra-high building that you want to come down safely…

Asbestos Abatement

Asbestos minerals are composed of delicate fibers that are resistant to heat, fire and many chemicals. Because of these properties, asbestos was once commonly used in construction and is still found in many of today’s buildings…

Lead Abatement

Lead was commonly added to paint for its pigment, to increase durability, decrease drying time and make the paint more resistant to moisture. Unfortunately, after coating most industrial and household surfaces with this resilient heavy metal…

Contaminated Soil Removal

Pesticide or herbicide usage, underground oil tanks, arsenic cattle dips and other environmentally-detrimental practices were common not too long ago. If you’re attempting to develop land with soil…