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How much does demolition cost in St. Paul?

Demolition costs vary a great deal from one type of project to the next and also from one contractor to the next.


Real-Life Demolition Project Cost
Concrete Removal (1,400 sq ft concrete patio removal) $1,500
House Demolition (2-story house with detached garage) $8,500
Pool Removal (640 sq ft concrete & plastic inground pool) $6,600
Mobile Home Demolition (720 sq ft mobile home & shed demolition) $4,800


These are just some examples of what people have paid for these demolition projects. Your exact cost may vary depending on a number of factors. For example, the average cost to demolish a house is between $4,000 and $14,000. However, house demolition costs can vary significantly depending on:

  • Size of the house
  • Location and accessibility
  • Materials used to build the home
  • Whether or not hazardous materials are present
  • Who you hire

Who should pull the permit for a demolition job—me or the contractor I hire?

In St. Paul, a homeowner can obtain a permit for the demolition of any residential garage or shed. However, the demolition of all other residential or commercial structures will require a licensed contractor to pull the demolition permit.

What kind of permit will I need for interior demolition?

St. Paul requires a general building permit for all interior and minor demolition work.

What information will I need to provide to receive a demolition permit?

In order to obtain a demolition permit, the city of St. Paul requires that you complete a Demolition Permit Application Form and pay the necessary fees at the time the application is submitted. Depending on your job, you may also be required to receive approval from the city building inspector prior to a permit being issued. For further information on the inspection process, contact the Building Inspector office at (651) 266-9002 between 7:30-9:00AM Monday-Friday.