ALBUQUERQUE CONCRETE DEMOLITION CONCRETE DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING
The recent round of tornadoes to sweep through New Mexico got everyone thinking about safety. The best place to go when those sirens start wailing is in a secured storm shelter. When it comes to tornadoes there is no telling where they will end up and you’re much better off being safe than sorry. You can control you own safety at your home and not the government is going to pitch in and help you get there.
The Metro Safe Room Rebate Program kicks in this summer and its going to allow residents to be reimbursed for half of the cost of installing a storm safe room to a home or property. The maximum payoff will be $3,000. So, if your storm shelter is going to cost $6,000 half of it can be paid for. Here are the qualifications: “You must own a home in Albuquerque. You will need to make a copy of your deed or property tax record. Your property must not be in the 100-year floodplain (FEMA Flood Zone A) or in a Special Flood Hazard Area. This can be verified online. You must contract with a certified supplier. There are two: National Storm Shelter Association or American Tornado Association. You must be approved first, before any construction begins.”
Naturally, you don’t have to wait for government approval to build your own storm shelter. All you need are the plans, the permits, the materials and the muscle. You could also get a little extra help by hiring ABQ Household Services. These are the junk removal experts who can help haul away the dirt you’re going to dig up for your shelter or any concrete you need to get rid of as a result of the construction. Dirt and concrete are just two of the items on ABQ Household Services long list of things that take away and this kind of service can be a huge help when it comes to a home construction project.
If you’ve ever worked on a remodel or any type of construction project then you know that you’re going to start with some kind of demolition. This doesn’t mean taking a stick of dynamite to your backyard to make a hole. However, digging with a backhoe is considered demolition. You’re going to be making piles of junk that need to be quickly hauled away in order for you to finish the project. A scheduled appointment ABQ Household Services at the end of your demo day will be just the ticket to get your yard clean. Don’t wait to get started on your storm shelter. Let ABQ Household Services make it a smooth construction process.
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