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Demolition Tips for Lake County, FL

Lake County, FL Demolition FAQs

How do I get started with my demolition project?

The first step toward getting your demolition project started is figuring out what you want done, then you'll need to start looking for the right person for the job.

Your demolition contractor can help you make a number of important decisions about your project, especially if there’s something you aren’t sure about.

Your contractor can help you acquire permits, schedule inspections, tear down or remove what you need, and haul it away. However, not all contractors handle the entire process for you, so make sure you clarify this with each contractor you speak with. One company’s price may include more than the next.

Do I obtain the demolition permit or does the contractor I hire do it?

It depends. In some cases, the demolition contractor might insist on pulling the necessary permits for a job, but this is not always the case.

Having your demolition contractor obtain the permits for you can prove to be a much more stress-free experience, so make sure you confirm with the contractor(s) you speak with whether or not they will handle the permitting process.

Who can I contact for further information about getting a permit for my demolition project?

All questions relating to building permits can be directed to the Building Services Division at (352) 343-9653 or by email at