What Are the Cost Factors for Gutting a House?

No guts, no glory.  That’s a saying usually reserved for athletes, soldiers and other combatants as a way to inspire greater effort. It also applies to investment properties where you want to maximize the potential. Sometimes it takes a complete gutting of the interior to reap the glory of higher resale value. However, there are some significant costs to consider when planning your house demolition. Four Major Costs Involved in Gutting a House Even if you’re a DIY-type, there is a significant demolition cost for a full-scale interior gutting. There are four major costs that you could incur during the process: first, you’ll need to contract a…

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Impact of Waste Disposal on the Environment – Junk Out

Yeah, Canada! We’re #1! We’re top dog! We’re the very best in the world. At what, you ask? Well, according to a recent study, Canadians produce more garbage per capita than any other country on earth. How’s that for a letdown? Despite all our efforts at building awareness of the environmental impact humans have, Canadians generate approximately 31 million tonnes of garbage year, ranking us at the top of the list. That’s not simply the garbage generated during a typical house demolition. The Impact Waste Generation Has on Our Environment Canadians produce 2.7 kilograms of garbage per person per day. Of all that different kind of garbage,…

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Noise Control Strategies for Demolition – Junk Out

With a high percentage of Canadians living in primarily urban areas, you’d think people would be used to noise, and for the most part, they are. What irks people most is when unexpected noise disrupts their lives – like the kind of inescapable noise related to demolition projects, both residential and commercial. To address this, it’s important to factor in noise control strategies when considering demolition cost. Noise Reduction Strategies for Demolition Let’s say you’re planning on a full residential garage demolition. There are definitely steps that can be taken to help reduce the impact of noise on neighbouring residents. The Noise Bylaw provides standards for noise…

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How To Determine The Demolition Cost

The cost per square foot to build a house in Toronto starts at about $150 per square foot to $250 per square foot. To put that in perspective, a 1,500 square foot home would range from $225,000 to $375,000 to build. Demolition costs, on the other hand, are way cheaper, especially if you call Junk Out to assist you with your house demolition. Demolition Costs Vary But Junk Out Prices Are Reasonable There is no definitive cost to demolish a structure, whether you’re doing a bathroom demolition or another part of the home. There are many variables that can affect the cost of your interior demolition Toronto.…

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