Creating Your Own Fixer Upper-style Demo Day
You do not need to be on Fixer Upper to embrace your own version of “Demo Day.”
Open almost any lifestyle magazine, and there is sure to be more than a few references to pop-culture icons and TV sensations, Chip and Joanna Gaines. Their hit TV show, Fixer Upper, became a DIYer and interior designer’s obsession when episodes chuck full of ship-lap, farmhouse sinks, and shabby chic decor aired and captured the hearts of people from coast to coast. If you are a loyal Fixer Upper watcher, then you are sure to know Chip’s favorite day in the home-remodeling process is “Demo Day.” It is the day hammers come out, and entire walls and cabinets come down. He and the construction team take to the job with vigor and sometimes the new home owners even get in on the action. Demo Day, as the Gaines have so lovingly coined the phase of the process, sets the groundwork for all future improvements and developments. It is one of the first steps in creating the new homeowner’s dream property, and it allows Chip and Joanna to execute their meticulously planned renovation.
Your home may not be on the next episode of Fixer Upper, but there is no reason why you too cannot embrace the essence of Demo Day. Some careful planning and a knack for remodeling can help you manifest the home of your dreams. For some, a Demo Day might just mean the removal of a couple of kitchen cabinets, but for others, it could mean the complete destruction of a house to rebuild a new one in its place.
Small demolition projects can usually be contained in one room or section of a home, but when it comes to a bigger job, there is significantly more planning required.
Here are just a few circumstances you might encounter which require large-scale demolition:
- Remove old barns and sheds
- Build a new house on a site where a current home or structure resides
- Eliminate any undesirable or non-functioning structure
- Remove away an unwanted room, patio, deck, garage, or porch from an existing home
No matter how big or small your demo job, you should always consult experts to help, so you do not accumulate unexpected expenses or run into any unforeseen issues.
When you finally decide you are ready to kick off your demolition project call the experts, JT Magbe Contracting. JT Magbe Contracting is a civil construction company based out of North Georgia. They service properties in the Atlanta metro area as well as in the north of the city. JT Magbe Contracting specializes in every form of site work including, but not limited to; demolition, grading, excavation, utility pipe construction, such as sanitary, water, sewer, and storm sewer, clearing, brush mowing, forestry mulching, and retention-detention pond maintenance. JT Magbe Contracting has an extensive and impressive resume of demolition work applicable to large-scale projects of any kind, and they have experience working on both commercial and residential properties. Essentially, they have everything you need to help you get your job started and completed successfully.
If you cannot see the forest through the trees maybe your property needs to be cleared by the professionals at JT Magbe Contracting.
When you hire the professionals of JT Magbe Contracting, you are hiring demolition experts with over 20 years of civil construction experience. By relying on their well-developed skills and experience, you are more likely to achieve not only the demolition you are hoping for, but also you will help increase your property value. When you take the time to demolish part or all of a structure you are laying the groundwork to establish a new, rock-solid structural foundation.
Typically when a property requires demolition, it can also benefit from brush mowing, forestry mulching, and clearing. Your property might need brush mowing if it has overgrown fields, a neglected lawn, or a steep slope or hill which is otherwise difficult to cut with a traditional finishing mower. JT Magbe Contracting can help with your brush mowing needs in addition to doing your demo work. They have the capability and heavy-duty equipment to cut in areas where rocks or other hard objects lay. These types of debris would cause damage to a standard finishing mower, and when you are maintaining a yard with these kinds of obstacles, it is just one more practical reason to rely on experts.
Clearing and forestry mulching also go hand-in-hand with brush mowing and demolition. Forestry mulching is simply a way to disencumber the land using a single machine which cuts, grinds and removes plants and overgrown vegetation. Forest is yet another service offered and perfected by JT Magbe Contracting.
Whatever your demolition or clearing needs, contact the industry leaders and experts at JT Magbe Contracting to help you get the job done correctly. Before you know it, you may be hosting a Fixer Upper-style reveal for your family and friends!