Best Demolition Companies in Little Rock, AR

Finding a quality demolition contractor in Little Rock, Arkansas to demolish a house, garage, or commercial building is simpler with Hometown.  We connect homeowners and business owners with pre-screened demolition companies that are licensed, insured, reliable, and affordable. Request an estimate for your project today.

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P. O. Box 8021, Jacksonville AR 72078

T.D. Sims offers affordable concrete removal, residential and commercial demolition, excavation, pool removal, and selective interior demolition services. We are a family owned and owner operated demolition company with over 30 years of experience. With T.D. Sims, the customer is guaranteed complete satisfaction.

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(501) 396-9992
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9 Remington Dr, Little Rock AR 72204

With more than 30 years of experience in the environmental abatement and remediation industry, Environmental Protection Associates has the experience you need. We offer the best in interior demolition and abatement services.

Demo Tips for Little Rock, AR

Is a permit required for demolition in the city of Little Rock?

Yes. The Little Rock Department of Planning and Development outlines permit information and requirements for residential and commercial properties within the city's limits.

This demolition permit checklist is a great tool for making sure you cover all your bases.

How long will my demolition permit last?

In the city of Little Rock, your demolition permit will expire exactly one year from the date it is issued.

What Are The Different Types of Demolition Services Offered By Little Rock Demolition Companies?

Demolition companies have varying degrees of experience and may specialize in different types of services based on their equipment and level of expertise. Check the demolition services offered by the contractors above to find a match for your project.

  • Residential Demolition - Home demolition or the wrecking and removal of a garage, shed, retaining wall, deck, or other residential building (typically less than 3 stories). This type of structural demo is typically achieved with hydraulic excavators and bull dozers.
  • Industrial or Commercial Demolition - Wrecking services for larger jobs and larger buildings. May require a wrecking ball or controlled (explosive) demolition.
  • Swimming Pool Removal - Above ground and in-ground swimming pool demolition and removal
  • Asphalt and Concrete Demolition and Removal - Removal of concrete driveways, foundations, patios, sidewalks, etc...
  • Environmental Remediation - asbestos abatement and removal along with other hazardous materials like lead paint.
  • Selective or Interior Demolition - Interior renovation projects may require demolition crews tearing down and removing debris from walls, kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, etc...
  • Underground Storage Tank Removal - Cleanup and removal of hazardous materials contained in underground storage tanks.
  • Excavating - Site clearing and preparation for building.

How do I know if a Little Rock demolition contractor is properly licensed and insured?

For Little Rock demolition companies listed on Hometown Demolition Contractors, we've done the initial homework for you.  At the time a contractor is listed, they provided the appropriate state license (if required by your state) and liability insurance.  Select the name of a demolition contractor you're interested in to see more information, including a list of verified credentials for that contractor.

Hometown's screening process means the contractor produced a valid Arkansas license (if required) and insurance certificates at the time of the screening, but it's possible that the status of the license or insurance could have changed in the meantime. So, it's a best practice to ask to see evidence of license and insurance certificates at the time of your estimate.

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Practical Tips for Arkansas Demolition

Hiring the right contractor is crucial to successful demolition.

Hometown Demolition Contractors can help you find a licensed and reliable local demolition provider quickly and easily. You can check out company profiles, see what their customers have to say about their services, and request a quote—all from one convenient location.

You or your contractor will have to acquire the necessary permit(s).

Permit application requirements vary by location, but are generally very similar. Before demolition starts, you’ll have to obtain a permit.

Your application essentially details the project information and ensures that you followed all the necessary steps before beginning demolition.

Here are a few permit application examples:

Contact your local Building Department to obtain your permit, or discuss with your contractor whether or not they will be responsible for obtaining all permits.

Determine if there is asbestos-containing material in your home.

If there is asbestos-containing material in your home, you’ll have to inform the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality of your intention to dispose of it, and obtain a U.S. EPA Identification Number.

You can meet both requirements by filling out EPA Form 8700-12 and following the step-by-step instructions.

You can send the completed form to:

Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality
Hazardous Waste Division
5301 Northshore Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118-5317

Contact them directly if you have any questions at (501) 682-0833.

Ensure the demolition debris is properly disposed of.

Oftentimes, demolition contractors will handle all the debris hauling and will include the cost of disposal in the quote price. However, if they don’t, you’ll likely want to rent a dumpster.

Depending on the size of your demolition project, you may only need a 10 or 20 yard dumpster, but maybe your project requires a bigger 30 or 40 yard container.

Read more to get a better idea of dumpster sizes and pricing:


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