Excavation and Site Preparation After Demolition
Use the Same Contractor for Demolition of the Old Structure and Site Preparation for the New Structure
Demolition projects typically involve some excavation work as well. For instance, house demolition is usually in advance of building another home on the same lot. After demolition, an excavating contractor needs to grade the site and prepare it for building another home. If the home has a basement, then an excavation contractor will dig the basement.
The good news is that the same contractor that demolished the home usually has the experience, qualifications, and equipment to do any excavation work required on the site as well. In most cases, the equipment to perform the work, such as a backhoe or hydraulic excavator, are already on site.
Working with one company for both demolition and excavation work can reduce the complexity of your project, keep it running faster, and often reduce your overall price because you're getting a package deal.
Common Excavation Services from Demolition Contractors
- Site clearing
- Site preparation
- Debris removal
- Basement excavation
- General excavating
- Swimming pool excavation
- Foundation excavation
- Trench excavation
- Retaining walls
- Septic systems
Professional and Affordable Excavating from One Contractor for Both Demolition and Excavation
When evaluating excavating contractors for your construction site preparation, use a licensed and insured contractor that has the right experience and equipment to complete your excavating work properly. Knowledgeable excavation contractors understand the importance of researching what lies beneath the ground before any earth moving begins. Ruptured water pipes or utility lines can be dangerous... and expensive.
Hometown Demolition Contractors prescreens contractors to simplify the process of finding a licensed, insured, and professional demolition and excavation company in your hometown.