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What You Should Know About Demolition in Idaho
Plan ahead. This may take awhile.
In some cities in Idaho, the demolition process can be pretty lengthy. Depending on your location and the complexity of your project, there may be quite a bit that you have to do.
For example, in Boise, the permit process involves:
- Submitting an application to the Permit Technician Counter
- Conducting a site inspection
- Posting bond and obtaining a Sewer Cap Permit
- Final inspections
Even if it doesn’t seem like a major demolition, it may take up to a few weeks to ensure the entire process is handled. This is why it's important to plan ahead.
Always hire a contractor certified to perform demolition.
Hiring a qualified contractor is imperative to successfully completing a demolition project. One of the ways to make sure you do this is by checking that the company you hire holds an up-to-date contractors license (General Building Contractor - Class A) that permits them to perform demolition work.
These licenses are generally good for one year, and a legitimate company will have no problem verifying that they maintain all the up-to-date paperwork.
Confirm what will happen to all that debris.
Sometimes companies will include the cost of hauling and disposal in their quote for demolition, but that's not always the case. If the contractor you hire isn't going to take care of the debris for you, you'll have to dispose of it yourself. Typically the most convenient and affordable way to do that is by renting a dumpster.
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Renting a dumpster can seem overwhelming to the first-time renter. There are several factors that can affect pricing and there are many sizes to choose from, but that's why getting quotes from at least 2-3 companies is a good idea.