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Vermont does not have statewide licensing requirements to perform demolition work. But on the local level, there is; so be sure to check with your local building department to ensure your contractor has the necessary up-to-date licensing.
Hometown Demolition Contractors is one of the fastest and easiest ways to find a contractor perfect for your particular project. You can review company profiles, check out customer reviews, and request quotes from as many providers as you’d like.
Consider deconstruction to save some money (and the environment).
Although demolition is a fast way to tear down a structure, consider deconstruction if that’s an option. This fast-growing trend is a great way to minimize waste going to the landfill. Instead of tearing it all down and hauling it to the dump, deconstruction involves dismantling a structure piece-by-piece and salvaging as much as possible first.
Oftentimes, charitable organizations, like Habitat for Humanity, are willing to deconstruct your home or structure for free in exchange for the materials they salvage. Those materials are then re-purposed in homes that Habitat for Humanity builds or is sold in their ReStores, and can be a tax write-off for you.
Contain all that debris with a dumpster.
If your demolition contractor doesn’t include the hauling and disposal of the debris in their quote, then you may want to rent a dumpster to contain all the mess.
Read local company profiles, see what customers have said about their services, and get in touch with them directly—all with the help of Hometown Dumpster Rental.