ADS Demolition Architectural Salvage are dismantlers of period buildings and reclaimers of period building materials, including bricks and timbers. We also offer commercial demolition services, site clearance, asbestos removal and an efficient stripping out service, and are keen to undertake work with high scrap metal content.
Whether it is redundant machinery in a plant room, roofs and wooden floors in dilapidated buildings, or a full internal soft strip of an office block, ADS Demolition can strip it out quickly and efficiently. Your building will be handed back to you within the agreed time scale, and it will be presented to your exacting specification, ready for you to enter the next phase of development.
Once considered a wonder mineral for its indestructible and bonding qualities, asbestos has since been proven to be the leading cause of industrial disease. Asbestos containing materials should be removed safely and completely before demolition or refurbishment works disturb them. ADS Demolition LTD can provide realistic quotations for all asbestos related matters.
With over 20 years of experience in reclamation ADS Demolition ensure that maximum yield of period materials and architectural antiques are salvaged from demolition of Georgian, Victorian and pre-war 20th Century buildings. Main areas of salvage are bricks, roof tiles, timber floorboards and joists and architectural antiques. We process these items quickly for resale into the reclamation trade and sometimes private customers.
Whether it is a steel framed building being completely demolished, or an office block that is being stripped for refurbishment, there will be substantial quantities of ferrous and non ferrous metals present. ADS Demolition are keen to undertake with with high metal content and we can achieve high resale prices.
Substantial quantities of brick and concrete demolition arisings that are not suitable for salvage can be crushed into graded hardcore. This can either be retained by the customer for use in their development or sold. It may be necessary to use some of it to backfill voids and holes in the ground and to bring the ground to formation level.