If a single-family home is in a condition in which refurbishment can no longer help, it must be demolished. In this article, you'll learn about the factors that depend on demolition costs and a sample cost estimate that reveals the costs involved.
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cost factors in the demolition
Of course, a crucial factor is the size of the house, on which working time and effort depends; Detached houses are usually at an advantage here. The local events are also of great importance: it is an advantage if the house is easily accessible from all sides; For disabilities, the necessary precautions will add extra cost.
Any necessary security measures, for example if the house is located directly on a public road, also incur additional costs. This also applies to closely adjacent buildings, which require comprehensive protection against demolition. The contents of the house also play a certain role: if, for example, hazardous waste or other hazardous substances or substances are present in the house, the demolition company must proceed separately.
A cellar causes additional costs, because the mining in the ground is not quite as easy as above ground. So if you are interested in a new building, you should ask for proof of compaction in order to confirm the proper demolition of the cellar and subsequent replenishment. In addition to the main costs, of course, other costs, for example, for the disposal of.
The following example is a one-family house with a living area of 130 square meters, where the conditions for demolition are favorable; there are no barriers.
|1. Planning of the demolition||800.00 EUR|
|2. Preparatory work||3.000,00 EUR|
|3. Demolition||12.000,00 EUR|
|4. Demolition of the cellar, compaction||5.000,00 EUR|
|5. Disposal||1.500,00 EUR|