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Demolition Contractors in Shelby County, AL

Shelby County Building Demolition Companies

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Lamar Moore Excavating

Serving Shelby County, AL

Lamar Moore Excavating is a fully licensed and insured demolition contractor founded in 1975. Our knowledge and experience are second to none! We provide residential and commercial demolition services, including structural, concrete removal, excavation and building demolition.

Call (205) 718-7577
  • Founded in 1975
  • House demolition
  • Commercial building demolition
  • Concrete removal - driveway, patio, sidewalk, etc.
  • Swimming pool removal
  • Excavating services

Unverified Demolition Contractors

Philips Excavating & Bobcat Services
Alabaster, AL 35007
(205) 267-2906
Brothers Recycling
Birmingham, AL 35234
(205) 328-4283
Deconstruction & Waste Services Crp
2201 29th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35207
(205) 276-7513
Jordan Scrap Inc
Birmingham, AL 35222
(205) 591-1208

Questions to Ask Shelby County Demolition Contractors Before Hiring

Do you have evidence of license and insurance certificates?

Keep in mind, some states and municipalities do not require a specific license for demolition. Adequate insurance, however, is a must in all cases.

Do you have local references from other demolition projects in Shelby County?

A professional demolition contractor should be able to provide you a couple of names from recent jobs nearby that you can follow up on.

Will you be pulling all necessary permits?

What process will be followed to demolish the house?

Do you recycle any of the debris from the demolition project? Where will the debris be disposed?

The answer may be dependent on your area and what recycling facilities are available.

Who has the responsibility to disconnect all utilities?

Determine if the demolition contractor or the property owner is responsible for disconnection of utilities. Call and find the utility locator service for you area. It is important to have gas, water, sewer and electrical utilities contacted and informed of demolition activities, and advance notice is often necessary. Allow a few weeks before demolition activities begin to notify utility companies of disconnect requests.

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