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Playground Demolition

Playground Demolition and Playground Site Preparation

Playground Demolition

Playground demolition is a service Community Playgrounds provides to other general contractors, ownerships, and associations throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, California. Request for play area removal happens for many reasons; new ownership, old and unsafe play area, the organization needs to make use of the area for something else, and often if the playground is in an older neighborhood – the children may have outgrown it. 


Most large construction companies and property management firms don’t want to deal with playground demolition. Play area removal means removing all the playground equipment. Very few companies offer this service. Community Playgrounds will extract each playground piece and recycle the material to the appropriate agency to prevent adding to a landfill. As a family-owned company, we are committed to the environment.


Planning and Approach to remove Playground Equipment


The approach we take to demo a playground is done with the same precision and attention to detail as we take to design and construct a new one. We will schedule the playground demolition work without interruption to the ownership or property’s business. Safety is a priority. A project manager and demo crew are assigned. They will determine a staging area, use construction zone signage, fences (if necessary), or they will put up construction safety precaution tape and or barriers or both, around the perimeter to keep foot traffic at a safe distance. When the playground demolition is completed our team will walk the area afterward and make certain no pieces or parts are left behind before the final excavating and grading begin. The team is responsible for leaving the job site cleaner than they found it. 

Do you need to need a play area removal service? Ask our Playground Sales and Services Department – Call us (415) 892-8100 and leave the Playground Demolition to us. Contact us today.

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