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Please get in touch with us to arrange a consultation and initiate the first stage of a streamlined and effective demolition process in New York City.

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(866) 504-7822

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Residential & Commercial Demolition Services in Staten Island

From houses to high-rises, we are Staten Island’s trusted demolition team, committed to getting the job done right and leaving your site clean.
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Your Safety is Our Success

Why OSHA Compliance Matters for Your Demolition Project

Safety is our top priority at Delta Demolition Contractors. We strictly adhere to every project’s OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) compliance standards. This means following strict regulations to protect workers, the public, and the environment during demolition. By choosing us, you can be confident that your project will be completed safely and responsibly without any unexpected risks or liabilities. 

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Complete Demolition Solutions for Staten Island

We help with all kinds of demolition projects: 

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Complete Takedowns

Got an old house, warehouse, or commercial building that has reached its life limit? We handle the whole process, from permits to cleanup. 

Interior Strip-outs

Sometimes, you just need the inside of a building cleared out. We'll carefully remove walls, ceilings, and fixtures, leaving the outer structure intact. 

Partial Removals

Need a section of a building taken down? We'll carefully remove the unwanted parts while keeping the rest safe and sound. 

Site Clearing

We'll remove debris, old foundations, and unwanted structures, preparing your land for a fresh start. 

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Want a demolition project that's eco-friendly?

Delta Demolition prioritizes sustainable practices and responsible waste disposal.

Experts with a Process You Can Trust

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Advanced Equipment for Efficient Demolition

We understand that time and efficiency are crucial for your project. That’s why Delta Demolition Contractors invests in the latest demolition equipment, enabling us to complete projects quickly and safely. Our advanced machinery, like hydraulic breakers and concrete crushers, speeds up the demolition process and minimizes disruption to your surroundings. 

We Carry Comprehensive Insurance Coverage To Protect You From Unexpected Accidents Or Damage During Your Demolition Project

Frequently Asked Questions

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What to consider before demolishing?

It is essential to plan and estimate costs thoroughly to complete demolition work successfully. Everything from materials and labor expenses to permissions and possible environmental hazards must be carefully considered. 

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What is the benefit of demolition?

As counterintuitive as it may seem, deconstruction actually helps the environment. Modern demolition procedures frequently recycle materials such as metal, concrete, and timber, conserving resources and reducing waste. One approach to reducing our ecological footprint is to replace inefficient buildings with newer, more modern ones.

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What does "safe demolition" mean?

It is best practice to start demolition at the highest point of the building and work one’s way down. Never let a pile of broken bricks, concrete, or other materials get so high that it could compromise the strength of a floor or other supporting structure.  

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