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7720 Harvard Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44105
216-586-5902
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We are Demolition Contractors Specializing in Rubbish Removal, including Asbestos Landfill Disposal.  We are permitted to dispose of construction & demolition material and friable and non-friable waste material from your facility. Waste must conform to Ohio State & Federal regulations. Asbestos material must be placarded, labeled, packaged and wetted in accordance with the local responsible agency and State & Federal guidelines.

We have an experienced management team with over 30 years experience in hazardous waste disposal.  Our company services the Northeastern United States.

Cleveland demolition company with an excellent reputation among homeowners, contractors, and commercial property managers for providing quality work, affordable prices, and reliable demolition service. We are licensed and insured and we serve Cleveland, Akron, Parma, Lorain, Euclid, Lakewood, Elyria, Mentor, OH and nearby Ohio cities. Our expertise is in demolishing structures, which includes home demolition, and other building demolition projects. We also specialize in concrete removal of driveways, patios, sidewalks and foundations.

Professional residential demolition companies in Cleveland. Our experts can help with project planning, site preparation, total demolition and removal… everything you need from start to finish. We help our customers make smart decisions, minimizing the costs of demolition. Cleveland area homeowners deserve a demolition contractor that strives for complete customer satisfaction, and that is always our goal.

Service Area in Cleveland Includes:

Akron – Aurora – Avon – Avon Lake – Bainbridge – Barberton – Bay Village – Beachwood – Bedford – Bedford Heights – Bentleyville – Berea – Boston Heights – Bratenahl – Brecksville -Broadview Heights – Brook Park – Brooklyn – Brooklyn Heights – Brunswick – Chagrin Falls -Chardon – Chesterland – Cleveland – Cleveland Heights – Coventry – Cuyahoga Falls – Cuyahoga Heights – East Cleveland – Eastlake – Elyria – Euclid – Fairview Park – Garfield Heights – Gates Mills – Glenwillow – Granger Township – Green – Highland Heights – Highland Hills – Hinkley -Hudson – Independence – Kenmore – Kent – Kirtland – Kirtland Hills – Lakewood – Linndale -Lorain – Lyndhurst – Macedonia – Madison – Maple Heights – Mayfield – Mayfield Heights -Medina – Mentor – Mentor-on-the-Lake – Middleburg Heights – Moreland Hills – Newburgh Heights – North Olmsted – North Randall – North Ridgeville – North Royalton – Oakwood – Oberlin – Olmsted Falls – Orange – Painesville – Parma – Parma Heights – Peninsula – Pepper Pike – Richfield – Richmond Heights – Rocky River – Seven Hills – Shaker Heights – Sheffield – Sheffield Lake – Silver Lake – Solon – South Euclid – South Russell – Stow – Strongsville – Tallmadge -University Heights – Valley City – Valley View – Wadsworth – Waite Hill – Walton Hills – Warrensville Heights – Westlake – Wickliffe – Willoughby – Willoughby Hills – Willowick – Woodmere

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216-586-5902
[email protected]
Call Today (888) 413-5105

TEMPORARY FENCING

From small relief efforts to large scale campaigns, our temporary fencing is perfect for safety and security.

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AW offers many types of temporary fencing for all kinds of organizations. No area is too small or too big to be fenced in. We will gladly visit your site to offer suggestions that may assist you in the planning of your temporary enclosure or temporary fencing needs.

TYPES OF TEMPORARY FENCING AVAILABLE

  • 10’ x 6’ or 12’ x 6’ chain link panels with T-stands
  • 6-foot chain link fencing that can be rolled out

For assistance selecting the right temporary fencing for your site. Our Temporary Fencing is available nationwide for disaster relief.

Demolition Done Right

Our expert team are available to attend to your demolition project promptly and competently!

Our Services

Residential 

  • House demolition

  • Mobile Home demolition

  • Garage demolition

  • Carport demolition

  • Shed demolition

  • Pool demolition

  • Deck demolition

  • Patio demolition

  • Driveway demolition

  • Property Clean-up

  • Tree Debris Hauling & Removal

  • Interior Gutting

 house demolition, mobile home demolition, pool demolition, interior gutting, demolition contractor Jacksonville, tenant improvements demolition

Commercial

  • Complete Building demolition

  • Selective Interior demolition

  • Selective Exterior demolition

  • Facade demolition

  • Retail demolition

  • Ceiling system removal

  • Interior partition removal

  • Store front removal

  • Floor covering removal

  • Mezzanine demolition

  • Awnings demolition

  • Concrete removal

  • Sign removal

Examined Changes To The Trash Rules

The Community Improvement Committee of Bowling Green met Monday night with a focus on storage of trash containers. The discussion spilled over into the following City Council meeting.

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At the committee meeting, Public Works Director Brian Craft gave a presentation of proposed changes to the codified ordinance regarding handling trash and recyclables and in particular the storage of those totes when not at the curb for pickup.

Craft clarified that some of the language in the current document needed to be updated, such as the language defining brush and trees. Residents were reminded that grass, leaves and sod are prohibited from collection in trash bins and during brush pickup.

Committee and council member John Zanfardino said one of his goals is to make the issues easier to understand.

“If we’re going to have a rule, let’s have it as clear as possible,” Zanfardino said. “If we don’t try to address these issues, we’re letting down the property owners.”

The major consensus of both council members and members of the public who spoke was, except for pickup days, there should be no trash containers at the front of a residence.

Corner lots technically have two front yards, so there was some discussion about if clearly the side of the home could be considered a side yard for the purpose of storing waste container totes.

Another committee member Robert McOmber, said overflowing the bins should be illegal and offenders should be held accountable.

There was also discussion about the delivery service provided by the city for those who have a disability. For those who qualify for the service, the city employees will pick up the large wheeled tote within a specified distance and return it.

McOmber summarized, “We need to give it some more thought on some of these points but I am sure we don’t need garbage cans in the front of a house.”

Committee chairman Daniel Gordon told Craft and those in attendance, “We will each send word to (Craft) about what we would like to see included from the public’s comments and then have another meeting for the final draft of the revisions.”

During the lobby visitation of the regular council meeting, members of the People of Engagement Bowling Green (PEBG) spoke on the issue and offered a pictorial display of some problem areas.

At issue for the PEBG group was primarily the aesthetics, but it went further and deeper as far as the image it portrays for the entire community.

The women who spoke noted the embarrassment they felt when they had guests and had to walk by some of the problem areas along the route to downtown. They spoke of bags of garbage in yards attempted to be hidden by cars, the dumping of old tires and appliances, and tattered and worn furniture on porches to name just a few of the problems.

They noted while it is prominent on the east side of the city, it is also now seen in other parts of town.

Councilwoman Sandy Rowland added her support for not allowing any garbage cans out front. “They should be in the garage or out back and only allowed on the side if there is no other possible place.”

Resident Rose Hess added her support for not allowing the garbage cans in the front calling them “eyesores.” She said “You should ban them from the front yard. Use your imagination and visualize our town without those containers.”

Hess added, “We want to enhance the appeal of our town.”

Following the meeting, Lori Young and Ginny Stewart, two of the women who spoke for PEBG, elaborated on the discussion during the two meetings.

“We are heading in the right direction,” Young said noting they have 50 people active in the group along with their collaboration with other groups in the city.

“We have engaged citizens,” Stewart said. “This is for all of us together. The aesthetics are very important.”

She noted it is important to keep up the look of the community for visitors and for business, and it all works together to assure higher property values.

Young added that all the negative items involved with the unwanted trash and appearance can also affect public safety and even cause health concerns.

“A clean community presents itself positively and creates a sense of a safe haven for its citizens,” Young said.

During the meetings, additional information was provided, including spreading the word that there are two unlimited pickups for large items, one week in March and the other in September. The city will also bring a dumpster for large items for a fee of $60 for such items at other times of the year.

The public was also reminded that the totes for trash and recycle pickup should be placed a minimum of five feet apart for ease of pickup and the lid opening should face toward the street side.

“If people don’t follow the guidelines, the wear and tear can break the hinges on the lids,” Craft said.

Lids must also be closed as overfilled totes can cause spillage and litter when picked up by the mechanical arm of the truck.

“If someone needs an additional container, they can purchase one from the city. Drivers are instructed not to pick up overfilled totes,” Craft said.

“I told our drivers if you pick it up, you own it,” Craft said, explaining drivers are responsible for getting out of their trucks and picking up the spilled waste.

Demo Dumpsters for Waste & Recycling

Please have residential containers out by 6am or the night before.

 Holiday Schedule:

  • AW observes 4 Holidays throughout the year and will not be providing collection service on these Holidays:

    Independence Day
    Thanksgiving Day
    Christmas Day
    New Year’s Day

  • Garbage Man Day, week of June 17th
  • If your service day falls on one of the above listed holidays, then you will receive service the following day. The rest of the week following the holiday is also pushed back one day, with Friday’s customers being serviced on Saturday

Late Payment Policy

  • All invoices not paid within 30 days of the invoice date will have a $10 late fee applied to the invoice.
  • Residents can choose to have their invoice emailed to them. To sign up for paperless statement, send request to [email protected] RAD can also set-up automatic quarterly payments, using Visa, Master card, American Express or checking account.
  • Awdoes not send return envelopes with invoices to help reduce waste and encourage paperless bill pay.
  • We also offer online bill pay.

Services

  • Bulk item service 

    Town of Queen Creek Residents must contact the Town of Queen Creek in order to schedule bulk pick-up service www.queencreek.org.

    Town of Florence Residents must contact the Town of Florence in order to schedule bulk pick-up service www.florenceaz.gov

  • Vacation holds must be a minimum of 30 days and are not to exceed 6 months per calendar year. Accounts which exceed the yearly vacation hold limit of 6 months will be auto-reinstated, and billed on their regular billing cycle. Customers who choose to close their account due to extended absence from their property, will be responsible for paying a $20 container removal fee.
  • AW provides Roll off service in Maricopa County, Pima County and Pinal Counties. Same day service is offered for Roll off for Phoenix, Tempe, Gilbert, Chandler, Mesa, Scottsdale, Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, Glendale, Surprise, Tucson and other areas, when called in by 10AM.
  • AW provides commercial frontload service in East Mesa, Apache Junction, Queen Creek, Florence, Gold Canyon, and Coolidge.
  • AW provides residential trash/recycle pickup in Apache Junction, Queen Creek, Florence, East Mesa, Tucson, Globe, Maricopa, and Gold Canyon