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Lancaster Construction specializes in residential and commercial demolition. With over 300 demolitions completed to date, we guarantee no project is too difficult for us to handle. We take pride in being the cleanest demolition company in WNC.
Fowler Excavating, Inc. is a turn-key grading and site work company offering a wide variety of residential and commercial services. We are always happy to meet on site to provide you with a complimentary consultation and free estimate.&...
Capps Excavating, Grading, & Landscaping employs friendly, knowledgeable demolition contractors for a variety of large and small-scale projects. From pool removals to commercial demolition, let us know how we can help!
Pace Construction & Excavation Inc. is the Asheville, North Carolina area's go-to source for all things construction, demolition, and excavation. We approach every project with the highest degree of professionalism.
If you're in need of commercial or residential demolition services throughout Tuckasegee, NC and beyond, look no further than Down N Dirty. Our services are tailored to each individual customer's needs to fit their schedule and budget. From structural demo ...
Asheville, North Carolina has grown to rely on Cope's Demolition for all their demolition needs. We are efficient in completing projects on time and within budget. We possess the comprehensive experience and high-quality equipment needed to tackle all your demolition ...
Steverson's Hauling & Excavating Inc proudly specializes in hauling, excavating, and demolition services, among others. Serving the Asheville, NC area, we are a small locally owned company that offers a wide range of services to meet residential customers' needs.
Down To Earth Grading Inc. is a third-generation grading and construction company providing Western North Carolina with attentive and experienced services since 2004. Our family-owned and operated company strives for total satisfaction with every project.
Carolina Demolition, LLC, is a locally owned and operated company serving the greater Anderson, SC area and surrounding communities. Our demolition services are customized to your individual needs and we pay close attention to the details of each project we ...
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What are important questions to consider before speaking with a demolition contractor?
When trying to find the right contractor, you'll need to have some information on-hand to get an accurate quote. Here's an example of some of the information you'll need for common demolition projects:
- House square footage — How big is the home planning to be demolished?
- Materials used to build the house — What materials are your home made of?
- Access — How close is your house to your neighbors? Are there any trees or landscaping nearby that you want to be left intact?
- Foundation — Do you plan on keeping or removing your foundation? How thick is the foundation?
- Square footage — How big is the area of your house that you want to be demolished?
- Utilities — Are all utilities shut off? Will any electrical or plumbing need to be relocated?
- Access — How accessible is the area? Is it located downstairs, upstairs, in the basement?
- Size — How big/deep is your pool?
- Type of pool — Is your pool inground or above ground?
- Material — What material(s) is your pool made of (e.g. gunite, fiberglass, vinyl, etc.)?
- Water level — Is there water still in your pool?
- Access — Is the pool easily accessible with equipment?
- Concrete square footage — Approximately how big is the area of concrete to be removed?
- Concrete thickness — How thick is the concrete you want to be removed?
- Access — Is the concrete easily accessible, or are there obstacles in the way?