Do your research so you hire the right contractor.
Hiring the right contractor for your demolition project is the most important thing you can do to make sure your project goes smoothly.
The first criteria your contractor should meet is that they possess a valid Wrecking License in the state of Nevada.
Active directory of licensed Nevada contractors
Secondly, they should offer the service you’re looking for and have experience in the field. You can check off both of these boxes with the help of Hometown Demolition Contractors. There, you can read company profiles, verified customer reviews, and request quotes from as many demo providers as you’d like. (We recommend getting a minimum of 2-3 quotes.)
File the necessary paperwork before beginning demolition.
According to North Dakota and federal law, you must have your property inspected for asbestos prior to demolition, and you must notify the proper department of the presence or absence of asbestos on your property.
Notification of the upcoming demolition is required by law, even if there isn’t any asbestos present, so regardless of whether asbestos is present or not, you’ll need to fill out the Asbestos Notification of Demolition and Renovation form, and send it to:
North Dakota Department of Health
Division of Air Quality, 2nd floor
918 East Divide Avenue
Bismarck, ND 58501
Consider deconstructing before demolishing.
A great way to not only save costs but also help the environment is by deconstructing your structure as much as possible prior to demolition.
Not only does less “house” to demolish mean lower demo and disposal costs, but the materials you salvage can also be donated to charity. For example, Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores provide a wide selection of lightly used home improvement materials and home goods to members of your community.
Learn more about deconstruction to determine if it’s a good option for you.
Dispose of that debris the right way.
Sometimes companies will include the cost of hauling and disposal in their quote for demolition, but that's not always the case. If the contractor you hire isn't going to take care of the debris for you, you'll have to dispose of it yourself. Typically the most convenient and affordable way to do that is by renting a dumpster.
Hometown Dumpster Rental can help with that. Find the right dumpster rental provider, read company profiles and customer reviews, and request quotes from as many companies as you'd like—all from one site.
Renting a dumpster can seem overwhelming to the first-time renter. There are several factors that can affect pricing
and there are many sizes to choose from
, but that's why getting quotes from at least 2-3 companies is a good idea.