We received a call last week from a new customer located in Marietta. He told the person taking the call that he needed to get his swing set dismantled and hauled off. We gave him a quote over the phone and he was very pleased with it. We scheduled the job for the next day. Once the crew arrived, they gathered all the tools they needed and it went down like this:
- Step 1: The first thing the crew did was to climb to the top of the swing set and remove the roof. The roof was fairly easy to get off. There were a couple of screws to screw off and the rest was muscle work because the wood was somewhat rotten. Once the roof was off, they moved to the sidewalls which was holding the roof up. They grabbed the ax and hit the walls off which led us to our next step.
- Step 2: This step is where the heavy equipment came out, A.K.A. the chainsaw. Each guy working on this demo was now required to put their hard helmets on. Two sides of the support legs away from the house were cut at the very bottom. The other two legs were half way cut and the crew used force to push over the swing set on its side. Once it was on its side, it was cut up into chunks where the crew can easily pick up and walk over to the truck.
- Step 3: The very last step was to simply pick up all the wood and both of the slides and transport them to the truck. The crew got the flat longer pieces and stacked small debris on top of them and walked them up together to the truck. The other pieces were separately taken to the truck by each men. When it came down to the big yellow slide, it had to be cut in half by the ax in order to fit properly in the truck. Once everything was loaded in the truck, we declared the job a success!
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