More than just demolition
We have 40 years experience in all aspects of demolition and site clearance projects as well as recycling, salvaging and concrete crushing.
Using our specialised plant equipment we are able to offer you full demolition and site clearance services for domestic, commercial, industrial and agricultural properties.
Toxic materials can very often be present in property so it is important that it is handled safely. We are CAT-B certificated to remove non-licenced asbestos. We have many years of experience in the safe and professional removal and disposal of asbestos.
We take advantage of every possible opportunity to recycle... That's why each site we work on is carefully dismantled, meaning nothing goes to waste and all materials are salvaged.
run demolition business
Flintstone is a friendly, family-run demolition business located in March, Cambridgeshire. Operating for 40 years; we have the expertise to deliver the highest quality demolition service focusing on recycling 95% of every project. All of our CPCS/CSCS operators are highly qualified and experienced to ensure that your buildings are always dismantled safely and efficiently, using a variety of machines for the individual work we undertake.
Years of experience
What does it
cost to demolish
When calculating the cost of a demolition project, we have to consider many factors before reaching a tender price. Different types of buildings require different methods of demolition and this, in turn, effects the cost to demolish.
What factors effect the price of a demolition project?Overall, our duty of care to the public and our operators on site is the most important factor to consider when pricing any project. A project can be more expensive if specialist work is required such as removing harmful materials like asbestos, working from small or restricted areas that are difficult to access with large machinery, or working from great height or depth. Generally, the 5 factors that effect price are: The type of building or structure The safety and size of the project If there are hazardous materials Site location and access restrictions The amount of salvageable materials
What do quotations for demolition projects include?When we provide a free quote for new demolition projects, we ensure everything is covered. This means we will need to arrange to visit the site and assess what's involved in the safe dismantling, demolishing and recycling of the project. Our quotations are based on: Dismantling and demolition Recycling of materials: scrap metal, wood, brick Concrete crushing Labour Specialist requirements such as asbestos removal Working to deadlines Supply of risk assessments and method statements
How long does it take to demolish a building?Depending on size and complexity it can take anything from 1 day to 3 months for us to complete a project. As well as the demolition of the building, a considerable proportion of the project is spent removing waste materials, recycling materials and clearing the site to ensure we always leave it in a clean and tidy state.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Flintstone did a top-grade job recently in demolishing our garage, replacing an area of old, cracked concrete with a smooth base and gravel and laying down a new path. They were fast, careful and tidy throughout."
- Rob Barton, Cambridge
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For any enquiries, questions or commendations, please call us on 07831507190 or fill out the following form on our contact page
Flintstone Demolition & Recycling
190 Whittlesey Road, March,
Cambridgeshire, PE15 0AL
England, United Kingdom