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Demolition Contractors in Wilsonville, AL

108 Cambridge Trl, Alabaster AL 35007

Cornerstone Tree Service LLC offers the highest quality tree service and demolition work in the area. As a locally owned and operated company, we work tirelessly to exceed customers' expectations and provide services that make us proud.

Lamar Moore Excavating - demolition contractor

Lamar Moore Excavating

4.583335
12 verified reviews
Serving Wilsonville, 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.

3940 Smokey Rd, Alabaster AL 35007

For more than 25 years, Tim Hyde Excavating has served the North Central Alabama area. Licensed and fully insured, they specialize in all aspects of excavating and land clearing, but also perform pool removal, pool construction, hauling, and more.

Serving Wilsonville, AL

Located in Birmingham, Alabama and serving nearby communities, Corinth Company specializes in residential demolition services. We can tear down houses, mobile homes, barns, chimneys, and more.

Serving Wilsonville, AL

Offering all kinds of disposal and demolition services, Cox Environmental Solutions, LLC specializes in removing pools, concrete, asphalt, trees, metal, brick, rick, dirt, and more. They also have roll-off containers available for rent.

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In some states, contractors must be licensed, while in other states, they only need to be registered. While similar, they mean different things. Licensing requires contractors to pass exams and meet certain criteria in order to prove competency. Registration does not require the worker to meet criteria or pass exams; it is a written record of the person performing the work.

If your contractor is licensed, their license number should be listed on their website, social media, or any type of quote sheet or contractor. If you don't see it, ask for it; your contractor's license number should be readily available. If it isn't, be wary.

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