Hometown is the simple way to find the best local demolition companies for home or building demolition, pool removal, and concrete removal. 

Verified Services and Credentials

Hometown makes it simple to find the right contractor for your demolition project.   We verify the services each contractor performs.  We also attempt to verify contractors' professional credentials, including evidence of a license (if required in your state), liability insurance, and other identifiers that can help validate a contractor's professionalism.

Trusted Contractor Reviews

Unfortunately, many reviews on contractors, good or bad, are faked by someone with a self interest.  Indeed, an entire industry has popped up to write misleading reviews for service providers on sites like Yelp, Google, Yellow Pages and others.  We think this is a big problem, so we carefully human-verify every demolition contractor review to ensure that it comes from an actual customer.   No more reviews from sneaky competitors, company employees, or relatives. A Hometown Demolition review is a real review!

Recent Blog Posts

5 Beyond-Easy Ways to Save on Bathroom Demolition Costs

Save big on bathroom demolition

When it comes time to update your bathroom, chances are you'll need to demolish or remove one thing or another. Find out how to save big bucks when it comes time for bathroom demolition with our 5 fool-proof tips.

The Homeowner's Guide to Interior Demolition

Interior demo 101

Selective interior demolition projects range from simple cabinet removal to complete interior strip-outs. Sometimes it's a DIY job and other times it's best for a professional to handle the project. This guide will help straighten that out, as well as point out simple tips and tricks you can use to ensure the job is completed safely, accurately and affordably.

5 Tips for Saving Big on the Cost of Kitchen Demolition

How to save on kitchen demolition costs

An average size kitchen demolition project can cost upwards of $2,000 or more, but there are ways to reduce these costs significantly in some cases. Read on to learn more about how to trim kitchen demolition costs.