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Helpful Hints for Indiana Demolition Projects
Consider deconstruction before demolition.
Before hiring a company to just tear down a structure, consider deconstructing it first. This is not only economically viable, but it’s an environmentally friendly alternative to straightforward mechanical demolition.
There are tons of benefits to deconstruction, including:
- Cost savings
- Environmental preservation
- Benefits charity
Find the right contractor for the job.
When it comes to demolition, don’t just trust anyone to get the job done. Generally speaking, the contractor you hire should be experienced in the work and licensed and insured to handle the job.
In some states, you only need a license if the total project cost is greater than a certain dollar amount, and some states simply require contractors to be registered.
If your state requires a license, always make sure the contractor you hire has the proper licensing. Our state-by-state contractor license guide is an excellent tool. You can learn your state’s licensing laws and make sure a specific contractor's license is up-to-date.
If a contractor's license number is not listed on their website or social media, quote sheets or contracts should show the contractor’s license number on the first page. If you don’t see it, this is a red flag. (Find out the other red flags!)
Never be afraid to ask a contractor for their license number, and make sure you understand the importance of having a bonded and insured contractor, too.
Get multiple opinions.
The best thing you can do to make sure you get the fairest price is: Get multiple quotes for the job.
Don’t just compare the bottom line cost though. You also want to look into each contractor’s experience, what other customers have to say about them, how long it will take them to complete the project, payment schedule expectations, and anything else that might affect your decision.