Junk Removal in
2018-03-26 By Admin
Interior wall removal isn't exactly the most difficult home improvement project. So, it doesn't require a whole lot of specialized skill. But, it's definitely not for those who aren't handy with some common tools. The only caveat is that most interior walls contain electrical wiring. If this is the case, you'll need an electrician to help out for part of the process. Other than that, it's something just about any homeowner can easily do. (That is, unless it's a load bearing wall, which cannot be removed without some type of replacement.)
So, the very first thing you need to do (if you aren't sure), is to ensure this is not a load bearing wall. If it is, you can only replace it. In this case, you'll need a contractor, engineer, or architect to move forward. Regardless of its function, you'll also need a way to deal with all the remodeling debris. Even something as simple as an interior wall demolition will require remodeling debris disposal -- there's just no way around it.
The more tools you have on hand, the better. You may not use all of them, but by having a lot of tools nearby, you reduce the temptation to “make do” with the wrong tool. For example, you might be tempted to stand on an overturned bucket instead of standing on a step stool or ladder. --Prezi.com
This is actually one of the places so many DIY jobs go wrong. Sure, people plan for the materials, the dimensions, the look and style, but simply don't give much thought to clean up. That's why it's smart to schedule remodeling debris clean up and hauling ahead of time.
When you're ready to take down that wall, you'll need some plastic, tarps or drop cloths, eye protection, a dust mask, leather gloves, pry bar, claw hammer, sledgehammer, and power drill-driver. After you have your tools ready, do the following:
When you need remodeling debris disposal, phone 800-433-1094 or visit Pro Junk Dispatch.
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