H&H removes the guess work from demolition and provides our customers
with a well trained highly skilled professional team.
At H&H we know that demolition involves many of the hazards associated with construction. Our company can handle
these hazards precisely and professionally.
Deviations from the structure's design introduced during construction, modifications
that may have altered the original design, hazards hidden within the structural material and unknown strengths or weakness
within the structural makeup. H&H removes the guess work from demolition and provides our customers with a well trained
highly skilled professional team.
Innovation: Ask us about smart building deconstruction. Let us see if your
job is a candidate for this revolutionary method. Building deconstruction, where applicable, will yield some materials that
can be removed from the building prior to demolition. Demolition debris such as rubble can also be used for foundation fill
materials instead of being hauled to a landfill.
Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral. It differs from other minerals
in its crystal development. Chrysotile is the most common type of asbestos found in buildings. Also known as "white asbestos,"
Chrysotile makes up approximately 90%-95% of all asbestos contained in buildings in the United States. Amosite is the second
most prevalent type of asbestos found in building materials. Amosite is also known as "brown asbestos." Next, there is Crocidolite
or "blue asbestos," which is an asbestos found in specialized high temperature applications. The other three types (Anthophyllite,
Tremolite, and Actinolite) are rare and found mainly as contaminants in other minerals.