Demolition contractors

Demolition contractors

Building demolition necessitates a great deal of cooperation, preparation, and skill. When it comes to choosing a demolition company to demolish a building, you want to be sure that the business you choose performs safely, reliably, and by the highest environmental regulations.

We've mentioned four crucial criteria that a demolition firm should possess in order to be the ideal choice for your project in this blog.

A warehouse filled with lots of debris and trash.
A large room with lots of debris in it.


A competent demolition firm should constantly follow the health and safety protocols for its workers and the general public, whether it's COVID or general job site safety.

Job site safety for Triple M Demolition (TMD) comprises WSIB certifications for our whole staff as well as quarterly health and safety training.

We also have individuals on our staff that have specialist certificates, such as:

Working from a Height Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System Training (WHMIS)
Asbestos Types 1, 2, and 3 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Work Training Elevated Work Platform (EWP)
Skid Steer Operator, Excavator Operator, and more
TMD also recently completed an Infection Control Program, and numerous workers are now certified in ICAP (Infection Control & Prevention). This is another example of TMD going above and above in terms of workplace and employee safety.

We are fervent believers that everyone should return home safe and well!

Pay close attention to the details

There are no two demolition jobs alike. Each has its own set of regulations and requirements that competent demolition contractors must adhere to.

Our staff goes through an extensive procedure for each project, which includes:

Planning ahead of time for the project
Site inspections
Assessment of health and safety
Cleaning up the site regularly
plus a lot more
After the project is completed, we send our customers a job review survey to check that the project was completed to their satisfaction.

A room that has been demolished and torn up.
A room with many shelves and tables in it

Responsibility for the environment

Triple M Demolition works with licenced recycling facilities, such as Moffat Scrap Iron & Metal, as we explained in our blog Top Myths About demolition. All ferrous and non-ferrous metal demolished on our jobs can now be recycled and repurposed.

Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste account for 27 percent of total municipal solid waste disposed of in landfills, thus following recycling best practices is critical.

a successful track record

Since its inception in 1967, Triple M Demolition has a proven track record of success. Across Ontario, we've expertly demolished structures for industrial, commercial, and municipal clients. To discover more about what we do, read our testimonials.

Please do not hesitate to contact our team at if you have any inquiries about demolition. We're here to assist you in making an informed demolition decision.