Specialized in excavation demolition trucking hauling junk removal DCI bz is licensed insured and bonded We serve in Snohomish King Pierce Counties


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Saturday, March 28, 2015

About Hauling Truck Services

Most hauling trucks have a two-axle design, but two very well known models from the 1970s, the 350T TerexTitan and 235TWabco 3200/B, had three axles. Haul truck capacities range from 40 short tons (36 t) to 400 short tons (363 t).

Large quarry-sized trucks range from 40 to 100 tons. A good example of this is the Caterpillar 775 (rated at 70 short tons (64 t)). Quarry operations are typically smaller than, say, a gold/copper mine, and require smaller trucks.

The industry uses demolition hauling service as an important step in the process.
The logistics of the number of trucks used in demolition project depends on the size of the demilicion.

A balance between quantity and capacity should be used. So saving time is guaranteed cleaning and debris removal.

It is very important to know the capacity of the trucks to use the right amount.
You must select the material that can be recycled and trucks can know where to put the waste from demolition.

Personnel operating the equipment must be highly qualified. Our truck drivers have the experience to do the job very well. Regularly receive training in waste management and implementation of new techniques.

Hauling loads or moving equipment, strength, drivability, durability and flat-out bottom line efficiency are all yours. Built to muscle through some of the roughest places on earth, durable Our heavy haul trucks are the ultimate workhorse. Those in heavy haul trucking choose Freightliner not only for our reliable reputation, but also for our reputation of excellence.

When doing business with DCI Demolition you can expect the commitment to getting your job done and getting it done right. With our ever increasing number of equipment, Capstan Hauling ensures all of our customers that we are able to handle any project in a safe, professional manner with a timely turn-around and completion schedule. 

Truck Hauling Service in Seattle is guaranteed in DCI Demolitions. Visit our official website and contact http://www.dci.bz. Follow us on our social networks.

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Sunday, March 15, 2015

Concrete Driveway Fundation Steps by DCI Demolition Company

To ensure your concrete driveway will look good for years to come, there are important steps that DCI Demolitions Company makes during installation. How well your driveway looks and works long term is largely due to the quality of workmanship and materials that go into it. To help ensure a trouble-free way

A properly prepared sub-base
The uniformity in both soil composition and compaction is the key to good subgrade-one that will provide adequate support, ensure uniform slab thickness and avoid liquidation of the slab and structural cracking. Soft spots should be removed and replaced with good material, such as gravel or crushed stone. Many Western states have expansive soils. Under these conditions, from 2 to 8 inches of crushed rock should be used as sub-base material, depending on the degree of expansion. If you are not sure about the characteristics of the soil in your area, consult a soil engineer.

Do not let the concrete is placed on the subgrade must be completely dry Spray the first sub-base to cushion will keep water fresh concrete is absorbed.

Plate compactors and rollers are the most common machines used for compacting the subgrade residential driveways.

Correct concrete mix
Mix design will impact the performance and longevity of a concrete driveway.

Control Joints driveway can be incorporated in a decorative pattern.

Joints positioned correctly
To help prevent random cracking, control joints should be placed at a maximum distance of 10 feet of a roadway slab 4 inches thick. While random cracks are generally not a structural problem and not reduce the life of the road, which can be an eyesore. Also avoid joint patterns that produce rectangular or triangular sections. The depth of control joints is also critical. The concrete installer must hand tool or saw cut to a depth equivalent to one quarter of the thickness of the slab (or 1 inch for a slab 4 inches).

The use of steel reinforcement provide additional structural capacity to your driveway and is especially important if the slab will be exposed to heavy traffic. The reinforcement will not prevent cracks, but will help keep them together if they occur. Reinforcement may be wire mesh or ½ inch (# 4) of the steel reinforcing bars placed in a grid pattern with a spacing between bars of approximately 12 inches. In any event, the blocks must be used to maintain low reinforcement centered within the concrete.

Placing concrete in the proper thickness
The thickness is the main factor (even more than the strength of concrete) in determining the structural capacity of a driveway. Place concrete with a minimum thickness of 4 inches. Increasing the thickness of 4 inches to 5 inches will add approximately 20% of its specific cost, but also increase the capacity of almost 50% of its driveway. In DCI Demolitions Company also considers the thickening of the edges of the road for 1 or 2 inches to provide additional structural support in the most likely area that is subject to a heavy load, with the thickened section extending from the edge of the slab 4-8 inches.

Suitable finish
The largest errors occurring during the finishing of concrete walkways are overworking and performing surface finishing operations, while the bleeding water is present.

The finish is usually a three-step process. We at DCI Demolition Company relaizamos the following:

Level or strike the concrete with a ruler to achieve a uniform surface.
Float concrete with a wood or magnesium bullfloat before bleed water accumulates.
Apply a simple broom finish to enhance traction, unless the plans call for stamping the road or applying other decorative textured finish.
The final finish with a steel trowel is unnecessary and can actually do more harm than good to seal the concrete surface prematurely and preventing water evaporation bleeding.
Proper drainage
To eliminate standing water in your driveway should slope toward the street, away from existing structures (like your house and garage) a minimum of 1/8 inch per foot. If proper drainage is prevented, because the concrete slab is wedged between two structures, you may need to install a drain that collect water at a low point in the concrete and divert it away.

Curing techniques appropriate
Cure the concrete as soon as finishing is completed. Curing of concrete is the final step of the process, and one of the most important. Unfortunately, it is also one of the most overlooked. In extreme cases, failure to cure the concrete immediately after the final finish can result in strength reductions up to 50% by reducing the resistance of concrete to weather effects and increasing the possibility of defects in the surface.

Curing methods include covering the concrete with plastic sheets or blankets moist curing, continuous spraying and the application of a curing compound forming liquid membrane. For slabs that will be acid stained, wet curing is the best approach, since a curing compound should be completely removed to allow the acid stain to penetrate. To cure the most common single or integrally colored concrete forms, however, is the use of a liquid curing compound. Read more about why it is important concrete curing and how.

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Monday, March 2, 2015

Photos of the more recent work from DCI Demolition Company

We want to show the development of our current work. DCI Demolition Company cares about respecting the proper steps to allow completion of the work with the highest quality.

Our services Demolition, Excavation, Trucking, Hauling Junk removal and allows us to be in the market as a leader in industrial. Visit us at www.dci.bz and you can find how we can serve you.

Steps in a demolition recommended by DCI.BZ Demolition Company

We at DCI Demolition Before beginning demolition activities, there are many steps that must be performed - including but not limited to conducting asbestos abatement, removal of hazardous or regulated materials, obtaining the necessary permits, submit the relevant notifications, turn off utilities, rodent bait, and the development of site-specific safety and work plans.

In DCI. The demolition of a typical building is carried out as follows:

Hydraulic excavators can be used to shoot down one or two floors of buildings by a process of weakening. The strategy is to undermine the building, while the control of the shape and direction in which it falls. The project manager / supervisor will determine where demolition is necessary so that undermine a building is pulled into the desired shape and direction. The walls are typically undermined at the base of a building, but this is not always the case if the building design dictates otherwise. Considerations of safety and cleanliness are also taken into account in determining how the building and finally demolished is undermined. Hoe rams are typically used to remove concrete road deck and piers for bridge demolition while hydraulic shears are used to eliminate the structural steel bridge.

In some cases a crane with a wrecking ball used to demolish the structure down to some manageable height. At that point of weakening is carried out as described above. However Boom rare demolition balls are then used in demolition due to the uncontrollable nature of the rolling ball and the associated security implications.

Excavators high reach demolition are used most frequently for tall buildings where explosive demolition is not appropriate or possible. Excavator cutting attachments are typically used to dismantle structural steel elements. The hammers are often used for concrete structures and processing attachments concrete are used for crushing concrete to a manageable size, and to remove the rebar. For concrete building height, where neither explosive or high demolition range with an excavator is safe or practical, the method of "inside out", whereby excavators remotely operated demolish the building from the inside, is used as maintaining the exterior walls of the building as a scaffold, as each floor is demolished.

Dust control, fire hoses are used to maintain a wet demolition. Hoses can be acquired by workers insured fixed location, or attached to the lifts to gain height.

Chargers and can also be used bulldozers to demolish a building. Usually they are equipped with "rakes" (thick pieces of steel that could be a beam or pipe) used to ram the building walls. Skid loaders and loaders also be used to carry out and arrange steel materials.

We at DCI Demolition protect the environment by controlling and making good use of the materials are destroyed. Visit us on www.dci.bz and find how to contact us

DCI explains the meaning of a Demolition

Demolition is the tearing down of buildings and other structures. Demolition contrasts with deconstruction, which involves taking a separate building, carefully preserving valuable elements for reuse.

For small buildings such as houses, which are only two or three stories high, demolition is a fairly simple process. The building is pulled down manually or mechanically using large hydraulic equipment: elevated work platforms, cranes, excavators or bulldozers. Larger buildings may require the use of a wrecking ball, a heavy weight on a cable that was opened by a crane on the side of buildings. Wrecking balls are especially effective against masonry, but are more difficult to control and often less efficient than other methods. New methods may use rotational hydraulic shears and silenced rock circuit attached to excavators to cut or break through wood, steel and concrete. The use of shears is especially common when flame cutting would be dangerous. In DCI Demolition Company we are Specialized in excavation demolition junk hauling trucking remova.l bz DCI is licensed insured and bonded in Snohomish We serve King Pierce Counties.