For tearing it down, Volvo high-reach excavators give you unprecedented power, protection and reach — up to 118 feet — straight from the factory. And on the ground, a supporting fleet of Volvo excavators is purpose-built for cleanup, meaning your crew will get the work done efficiently and safely.
Both high-reach and standard Volvo excavators come with top-of-the-line guarding packages, plus our Lifetime Frame and Structure Warranty, so you can confidently handle anything tomorrow throws your way.
If you’re ready to tackle big-time demolition jobs, you’ve come to the right place. Our EC750E HR crawler excavator is purpose-built for demolition with a reinforced heavy-duty boom and arm made from high-strength tensile steel. It’s powered by a Tier 4-compliant Volvo D16J engine, and our electro-hydraulic technology helps it dig, swing and load more material in the toughest applications. Get the power, precision and stability you need to reach high and bring ‘em down.Watch the new EC750E HR in action on a massive Kansas City bridge demolition project.
We offer an impressive lineup of excavators in a wide range of class sizes so you can get the right machines to efficiently clean up your toughest jobs. With frame-mounted FOGs, double-thick doors, debris screens, cylinder protection and more — all factory fit by Volvo — you can take on your demolition jobs with confidence.See why our factory-fitted demolition guarding packages on our EC220E — EC480E models set us apart from the competition.
Whether you are a smaller contractor looking to get into demolition or you want to start bidding on larger demo projects, here are three tips to help you in your decision-making process before you make the leap.Read the full story
Having a 2-in-1 excavator can help a contractor be more competitive in bidding on all phases of a project. Watch how a Volvo high-reach excavator used to dismantle a building can easily convert to a digging boom and arm for below-grade work or earthmoving in only 45 minutes.Read the full story
Here we will examine the four primary benefits of a factory-fitted machine and potential pitfalls — including costs — of outfitting a standard excavator with aftermarket solutions.Read the full story