Residential Demolition in Port Charlotte, FL

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Honc Industries of James City, FL

Honc Industries

5
1 verified review
Serving Port Charlotte, FL

Honc Industries is a full-service demolition, excavation, and construction contractor working out of Southwest Florida. They can handle any project , including residential demolition of all shapes and sizes.

2641 Worth Ave, Englewood FL 34224

Count on Wagner Tractor Service, Inc. for all of your residential demolition needs. We’re a locally owned and operated company based in Englewood, FL. 

A small sampling of the work we’re licensed, experienced and qualified to perform for residential demolition projects include concrete removal, commercial building wrecking, pool removal, debris hauling, and related services. Contact us today for our full list of services and to get a free estimate for your project.

Watco Construction Inc.

Watco Construction Inc

3
2 verified reviews
Serving Port Charlotte, FL

Watco Construction Inc. is a full-service demo contractor offering deck removal, house demo, interior demolition, pool removal and much more. Founded in 1999, Watco takes pride in serving residents of Central and South Florida with affordable demolition services. Trust the experience of Watco with your residential wrecking project.

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Can I remove my deck or fence myself?

Handling a deck or fence removal yourself is possible, but it can be backbreaking work and shouldn't be taken lightly. However, if you want to save a bit of money and don't mind getting your hands a little dirty, consider handling only some of the deconstruction yourself and then hiring a contractor to do the tough stuff.

For example, remove the salvageable, easy-to-remove pieces of wood yourself, like the stairs, railings, fence rails, etc. Then, have a contractor help you remove the tougher stuff, like cement footings.

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