Peninsula Hauling & Demo, Inc. is a demolition and debris removal company servicing the San Francisco Bay Area. We are a family-owned business that started in 2002. LIC no "988312"
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Peninsula Hauling and Demolition

Peninsula Hauling & Demo, Inc. is a family-owned business that started in 2002 with only a small truck, a shovel, and a goal. The goal is to help the San Francisco Bay Area and outlying communities dispose of their unwanted garbage in a responsible green way. We are the leading demolition service in Southern California. From swimming pools to strip malls, we specialize in all forms of commercial and residential demolition. Contact us at (650) 596-8105 for more information.


When Do I Need Demolition?

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Both extensive home damage and remodeling require the removal of large structures, either for aesthetic purposes or because they threaten the entire building. Read on to identify some scenarios where demolition services are needed in order to revitalize your home:

  • Fire Damage: After a fire damages your house, demolition services can restore it to a safe and hygienic environment. The devastating effects of a blaze will quickly permeate through rooms, weakening the home’s structure. Furthermore, flames are very effective at spreading contaminants and intense heat throughout an entire home—dirt and soot from smoke can settle into wallpaper or paint layers. Hiring a demolition service will enable you to easily remove the damaged areas of your home, clearing the way for rebuilding and improvement.
  • Water Damage: Excessive exposure to moisture is debilitating to the inside of your home. Standing water swiftly compromises the structural integrity of retaining walls and kitchen counters. Moisture also contributes to toxic mold growth within the wall, and the presence of these dangerous spores can drastically lower the air quality of your home. Demolishing infested areas can protect your family and guests from inhaling airborne pathogens. In addition, water damage can short out electrical equipment built into the home. For safe removal of these hazardous threats, contact a residential demolition specialist.
  • Home Renovations: Remodeling a home is a strenuous yet rewarding endeavor. Many San Francisco homeowners worry about the multiple tons of garbage that result from the process of demolishing walls to create more open space. Fortunately, not all remodeling jobs require homeowners to trash old materials. Many full or partial home remodeling projects can benefit from deconstruction techniques over typical demolition. If the materials derived from your demolition are functional and undamaged, they may be incorporated into your redesign. Deconstruction aims to maximize the amount of reusable materials salvaged with strategic, sustainable demolition practices.

Comprehensive demolition requires expert hauling services. Working with the right professionals keeps your home or work site clean after deconstruction. Call Peninsula Hauling & Demo, Inc. at (650) 596-8105 to schedule a consultation.



Peninsula Hauling: Green Hauling & Best Practices

"Green hauling is a practice that is readily being embraced by people all around the world. This can be attributed to the increasing awareness among people regarding the rise in global warming, caused by the ever increasing pollution all around the world. The materials that are hauled to be disposed of are basically pollutants, and carting them off to landfills results in a phenomenal amount of pollution."

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Peninsula Hauling & Demolition: Article Resources of Our Recent Blog Topics

Consider the benefits of utilizing a demolition contractor before beginning a remodeling project. Save your home improvement energy for new installations and leave hauling the leftover material to the pros. For more information, call Peninsula Hauling & Demo, Inc. at (650) 596-8105.

  • The Environmental Protection Agency explains how to reduce and recycle construction and demolition materials.
  • Read about how the aftermath of a fire may force one homeowner to demolish his home in this article from Journal Review Online.
  • Remodeling.net explains the comparative advantages of deconstruction and demolition techniques.
  • The National Demolition Association demystifies common misconceptions about the demolition industry. 
  • Discover how the presence of asbestos influences home demolition in this article from the State of Washington’s Department of Ecology.

Demolition vehicles at work


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