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Serving Ashland, NH

North Country Recycling is a family owned and operated company with big project capabilities. We own and operate a large fleet of equipment and specialized machinery. We specialize in residential and commercial demolition work, including houses, commercial structures, parking lots, and more.

P.O. Box 818, Laconia NH 03247

Since 1972, Spears Brothers Building Salvage & Wrecking has been a family owned business. With three generations of experience in the business, they know what it takes to handle all types of demolition work, excavation, and more.

408 Mayhew Tpke, Bristol NH 03222

Halls Excavation Inc offers high-quality residential and commercial demolition services to Bristol, New Hampshire and surrounding areas. We provide customers with concrete removal, commercial demolition, and much more.

Serving Ashland, NH

Serving the greater Manchester area, Gelinas Excavation has been providing high-quality residential and commercial services to customers since 1993. For more than 25 years, we have been performing house demolition, concrete removal, and more.

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Edwards Concrete and Excavation

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Serving Ashland, NH

If you are a homeowner or project manager looking to demolish a building or house, Edwards Concrete and Excavation can help. Why settle for the hassle and complexity of large, national demolition companies? Connect with Edwards, a locally owned and operated demolition expert, and get a cost estimate quickly and easily.

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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.

Learn more about contractor licensing requirements by state.

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