Block Field Tiling and Demolition is located in Broadlands, Illinois and is proud to provide residential and commercial customers in the area with quality demolition services they can depend on.
Best Demolition Companies in Danville, IL
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Based in Danville, Illinois and serving nearby communities, Thomas Excavating specializes in excavating and demolition services. We can assist in projects both big and small, including house demolition, shed demolition, fence removal, and more.
Mid Illinois Concrete & Excavating Inc.
As a business committed to customer satisfaction, we pride ourselves on the quality of our projects and work hard to keep our work on time and on budget. We specialize in concrete fabrication and can handle tasks at any level no matter what size, no matter how big our how small. We also offer demolition services. Be sure to check us out today!
Lexington Construction Co
Lexington Construction Co. is based out of Urbana, IL, and specializes in site preparation and concrete services. They are fully licensed, bonded and insured and work hard to outperform the demands of their customers.
Based out of Urbana, IL, we offer demolition contracting and sell quality mulch at wholesale prices.
Franzen Construction Group LLC
Family owned and operated since 1943, Franzen Construction Group LLC provides the results you need at the price you deserve. They have experience in demolishing a number of structures and specialize in drainage ditches and solutions for your local property.
Cross Construction Inc
Cross Construction an excavation contractor specializing in paving, underground utilities, and concrete/asphalt recycling. They have been in the business since 1947 and have grown their capabilities to work on government projects.
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In some states, contractors must be licensed, while in other states, they only need to be registered. While similar, they mean different things.
Licensing requires contractors to pass exams and meet certain criteria in order to prove competency.
Registration does not require the worker to meet criteria or pass exams; it is a written record of the person performing the work.
If your contractor is licensed, their license number should be listed on their website, social media, or any type of quote sheet or contractor.
If you don't see it, ask for it; your contractor's license number should be readily available. If it isn't, be wary.