Interior Demolition Contractors in Meriden, CT

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24 Dixwell Ave #210, New Haven CT 06511

Located in New Haven, Connecticut and serving surrounding communities, 212 Exchange Street LLC offers comprehensive demolition services, including house demolition, pool removal, interior demolition, and more.

Glenstone Demolition of Norwalk, CT

Glenstone Demolition

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391 Broad Street, Meriden CT 06450

Glenstone Demolition of Norwalk, CT is your local source for light demolition services, such as tearing down a deck, shed, garage, or interior demo. Our skilled crew will get the job done with efficiency, safety and to your satisfaction. Contact us today to discuss your project and receive a fast, free demolition estimate.

17 Nelson Street, East Hartford CT 06108

When commercial site owners need a project completed or need maintenance on their existing buildings, they call Van Horst General Contractors LLC.  Our staff is qualified to handle any situation that may arise on site and have the capabilities to take a commercial project from demolition of an older building or section all the way to completion of a new building, addition, or interior construction.

Serving Meriden, CT

We’re a family owned and operated demolition and junk removal company based in Springfield, MA. We’re proud to served residential and commercial customers in MA and CT. Our expert team is well-equipped to perform interior demo, including wall removal, flooring removal and more. Call today for a free estimate.

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Tips for Interior Demolition

Get a permit for your interior demolition.

A majority of cities require permits for interior demolition projects just as they would for structural demolition projects. Permits can usually be acquired at your local Buildings Department and are basically a way of stating that you acknowledge and will follow the necessary protocol before (and while) performing any demo:

  • Shut off all utilities
  • Ensure there is no water running to the building
  • Notify neighbors of upcoming demolition

If you're hiring a demolition contractor, they will likely get the required permit(s) for you, but be sure to confirm this with them. Once you’ve received your permit, post it on the front door of the property. That way, any passersby are aware that the work going on inside is legal. Also, be aware that if asbestos is present in the building, you’ll likely need to get an additional permit for the removal.

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