Demolition Contractors in Princeton, NC

Hometown makes it easy to choose the right demolition contractor in Princeton, NC. We publish verified credentials, costs, and real reviews for top, local demolition companies.  Demolish a building or remove anything from your property.

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1030 Napoleon Rd, Selma NC 27576

Corbett Clearing & Demolition is a state-licensed and insured demolition provider dedicated to completing the project with precision and accuracy. We are equipped for performing a wide range of jobs, including house demo, pool removal, commercial wrecking, concrete removal and more. Call today for a free estimate.

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(919) 429-7324
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85 Richmond Dr, Clayton NC 27527

G & T Landscaping Services provides top-of-the-line services to residential and commercial industries. Specializing in all things landscaping, demolition, reconstruction, and yard maintenance, they complete projects in an efficient manner.

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Serving Princeton, NC

D&G Excavating Services offers safe and professional demolition service and goes the extra mile to ensure that we exceed our customer's expectations. We wreck and remove houses, barns, mobile homes, garages, commercial buildings, and more. Contact us for a free estimate!

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(910) 475-7426
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Serving Princeton, NC

Sivad Construction LLC is a full service demolition company that is locally owned and operated. We have the appropriate modern equipment to completely tear down and demolish any size home or structure. Our services are ideal for remodeling or renovating your home or office space. Call today for a free price quote on demolition, concrete removal or site excavation. 

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Serving Princeton, NC

Family owned and operated out of Wendell, NC, Guins Excavating Service has been offering exceptional services for nearly 20 years. They perform demolition, excavating, land clearing, driveway installation, pond excavation, and more.

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7 verified reviews
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Serving Princeton, NC

Elite Waste Services is a fully insured local, residential and commercial demolition company. We stay current with trends and technology keeping us on the cutting edge of the concrete removal, pool removal, and demolition industry. Call Elite Waste Services today for a demolition estimate.

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Serving Princeton, NC

Based in Lake Ariel, Tarantino Transportation & Disposal serves surrounding locations in PA, NJ and NY. We offer complete demolition solutions for residential and commercial customers. Our team is experienced and able to get the job done within the agreed upon timeframe and within budget. Call for a free demolition estimate.

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Serving Princeton, NC

Proudly serving the Raleigh area since 1987, Carolina Contracting Solutions is your one-stop-shop for quality residential demolition services. We specialize in structural demo, including houses, sheds, garages, barns, decks and more. We’re fully licensed and insured. Call today and get a free estimate for your project.

Tips for Hiring a Demolition Contractor in Princeton, NC

Ensure your chosen demolition company has the right skill set, equipment, and credentials

  • Hometown Demolition Contractors helps out by verifying credentials at the time of the contractor's original listing.  Keep in mind, the status of a contractor's license or other credentials could change over time, so it's a good idea to ask the contractor to produce current certificates of insurance and licensing. 
  • What equipment will be necessary?  Does the contractor own that equipment?
  • If you need to demolish a home, how many house demolition projects has the contractor completed over the last couple years?  Can they provide references from past customers in the area?

Ask what demolition services are included in the estimate. Determine what services are excluded and will need to be completed by you.

  • Who will be contacting utility companies for disconnects?  Be sure this is completed well in advance of your planned demolition date. 
  • What permits are required and who will be responsible for pulling the demolition permits?
  • Are there any steps in the demolition process that the contractor will be outsourcing?
  • What demolition services are not included that may end up costing extra?

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Demolition Service Location

Princeton, NC 
27569

North Carolina Demolition Tips & Laws

You must notify the Health Hazards Control Unit of upcoming demo.

According to North Carolina and federal law, you must inspect your property for asbestos prior to demolition, and you must notify the proper department of the presence or absence of asbestos on your property.

In North Carolina, the Health Hazards Control Unit (HHCU) of the Department of Health & Human Services, Division of Public Health, must be informed of any plans to demolish a building, including residential, commercial, or industrial structures.

Notification of impending demolition projects is required by law even if there is no asbestos within the structure.

If there are asbestos-containing materials that can be crumbled or turned to powder by hand, they must be removed prior to demolition. But before beginning asbestos abatement, owners or contractors must submit an asbestos removal permit to the HHCU (if the removal involves more than 35 cubic ft., 160 sq. ft., or 260 linear ft.).

Asbestos Permit Application and Notification for Demolition/Renovation

 

Asbestos-containing materials must be properly disposed of.

When having asbestos-containing materials removed, make sure it’s handled by a North Carolina-accredited asbestos professional.

Having asbestos removed properly is imperative to maintaining a safe environment. There are health concerns surrounding asbestos fibers, so follow these asbestos do’s and don’ts.

 

Think about deconstructing before demolishing.

Deconstruction is an excellent way to help keep some money in your pocket and useable materials out of the landfills. Before demolishing your home or other structure to the ground, consider dismantling any salvageable materials first.

This will minimize the debris and save you money. It could also help your neighbors if you donate the salvageable items to a local charity, like Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores.

 

Remember to ask your contractor about debris disposal.

Although demolition contractors will often handle debris disposal, not all of them do. So when shopping around for contractors, this should be something you ask them. One contractor may include the cost of hauling in their quote, while another may not. If they don’t, this is an additional expense you will have to consider.

Renting a dumpster is the most convenient way to manage debris if your demolition contractor isn’t responsible for it.

Check out Hometown Dumpster Rental to see company profiles, read customer reviews, and request quotes from as many providers as you’d like. And learn more about pricing and sizing with the help of our Dumpsters 101 guide and pricing breakdown.

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