Demolition Contractors in Citrus County, FL

Hometown makes it simple to find affordable and reliable demolition contractors in Citrus County, FL. We prescreen local demolition companies for credentials and verify reviews from your neighbors. Listed contractors provide building demolition and removal along with a variety of other demolition services.

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6140 Turkey Trail Dr, Hernando FL 34442

Bishop Trucking Movers and Demolition offers more comprehensive and dynamic services than nearly any other company in the Lawrenceville, GA area. Their specialties include demolition, excavating, grading, stump removal, leveling, and land clearing.

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TNT is your local, eco-friendly demolition service provider. We recycle demolished materials whenever possible, and we're trained and certified to handle toxic materials. Our team of skilled demolition experts maintain the highest standards of safety and precision and will facilitate your residential or commercial demolition project from start to finish.

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1970 S Melanie Dr, Homosassa FL 34448

Failla Services, Inc. is located in Homosassa, FL and serves the greater Crystal River area. They perform demolition, excavating, tree removal, land clearing, forestry mowing, bush hogging, stump grinding, and roll-off dumpster rental.

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6730 N Citrus Ave, Crystal River FL 34428

Established in 1989, SMG, Inc. is the company homeowners and business owners turn to for demolition. Serving all of Citrus County, their services include demolition, trucking, site work, grading, parking lots, driveways, lot clearing, and storm drains.

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RBI Fill Contractor is proud to call Belleview its home and will work hard to bring your project from point A to B as quickly as possible with quality results.

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BLB Excavation serves out of Spring Hill and offers a wide range of excavation and demolition services. From erosion control to trenching, structural demolition, land clearing, and so much more—they can do it all.

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Bourque’s Backhoe Service LLC is located in Morriston, Florida and serves surrounding areas with a wide range of general contracting work. Since 2003, they have been offering backhoe services, demolition work, and much more.

Citrus County Demolition Contractor FAQ's

How much does home demolition or building demolition cost? Can I get a rough estimate over the phone?

Home demolition, garage demolition, or commercial building demolition almost always require an on-site estimate because there are so many variables that affect the cost of demolishing a building. Factors that affect the cost of demolition include:

  • Environmental issues, such as the need to remove asbestos or underground storage tanks, can significantly increase costs
  • Material (brick, cinder block, wood, etc...) the building was constructed with.
  • Debris disposal - hauling and landfill fees vary widely by location. Are there any salvageable materials that can be diverted from the landfill?
  • Concrete demolition and removal of the foundation adds cost
  • Square foot of the building and the number of stories for the house or building. Multi-level structures add to the cost of demolition.
  • The need for excavation or site clearing and preparation

Do I need a permit for demolition services?

Yes, permits are almost always required. It's a good idea to contact your local building inspector even before contacting demolition contractors. Your local building inspector can quickly provide you a wealth of information as to what will be required. Depending on where you live, permits may be required by the city, county, and/ or state. Your local municipality may also have regulations related to notifications, noise, hours of demolition, disposal of the debris, etc... Your hired demolition contractor should be well informed about local regulations and will pull the permits on your behalf in most cases, but be sure to clarify up front with the contractor all the services they will perform.

Does the house or building I want to tear down need to be inspected for hazardous materials like asbestos or lead paint prior to demolition?

Many states and localities require that older homes or buildings be inspected for the presence of asbestos, lead paint, and other hazardous materials prior to being demolished. If your home or building contains hazardous materials that need to be removed, proper procedures for abatement need to be followed. Your hired demolition contractor may offer this service or work with an environmental remediation specialist to complete the removal of hazardous materials.

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Helpful Hints for Demolition in Florida

Make sure the contractor you hire is properly licensed.

In Florida, a state or local license is required to contract for the demolition of all buildings or residences. This includes a certified or registered Division I contractor’s license, a state certified specialty contractors license, or a local certificate of competency that corresponds to the specific type of structure being demolished.

Hometown Demolition Contractors is a great resource for finding a local demolition contractor. You can check out the profiles of companies in your area, read customer reviews, and request quotes—all from our convenient site.
 

 

Follow the necessary steps before demolition.

Demolition cannot begin before the proper steps are followed and the necessary precautions are taken. Generally speaking, the contractor you hire will handle these steps, but always be sure to clear that up with them from the start.

In Florida, this generally includes:

  • Obtaining the necessary permits from your local building department
  • Submitting notice to the department 10 working days prior to beginning the demo
  • Conducting an asbestos survey
  • Removing friable or potential friable asbestos-containing materials prior to any work
  • Having an accredited person on site during the removal of friable material
  • Removing and storing any hazardous materials
  • Using water on-site to limit the amount of dust particles in the air

Learn more: Management of Demolition and Renovation Waste Fact Sheet

 

Don’t forget about debris disposal.

Demolition is messy, and if your contractor doesn’t include the cost of hauling and disposing that debris in your contract, then you’re going to be left responsible for cleaning up that mess.

A great way to do that is with the help of a dumpster. Ranging from 10 to 40 yards, it’s a convenient way to manage debris from all kinds of demo projects.

Search for a local dumpster provider using Hometown Dumpster Rental. You can read profiles of various companies in your area, see customer reviews, and request quotes—all in one place.
 
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