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Serving Port Clinton, OH

For more than 7 years, Mark's Above Ground Pool Removal has been removing pools in the Dearborn, Michigan community. We give honest estimates, are prompt and efficient, and do a neat and clean job every time. Our scope of services includes above ground steel pool removal and deck/fence removal. *We do not offer landscaping or back-filling.

2125 E Harbor Rd, Port Clinton OH 43452

Our team at Ken Gill Construction isn’t your average crew. With more than 50 years of experience in the business and a passion for the industry, you can expect their services to be unmatched in quality, including demolition, construction, site excavation, and much more.

Serving Port Clinton, OH

Paul Fox & Sons Excavating is based in Sandusky, Ohio and is the area's leading septic and sewer company. Since 1973, we have been performing demolition, excavation, septic installation, septic repair, camera inspection, and much more.

Acme Pool Specialists

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Serving Port Clinton, OH

Nobody knows swimming pools better than Acme Pool Specialists.  We install and repair... and we have the equipment and know how to properly demolish and remove as well. Contact us for a quote to remove any size pool.

Serving Port Clinton, OH

Herbst Excavating looks forward to being a part of your next project! They have been providing outstanding services since 2004. They specialize in excavating, site preparation, underground utilities, demolition, and septic services.

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The Demolition Process

If you're having a structure demolished, like a home or a commercial structure, these are the basic aspects of the demolition process you should be familiar with.

Step 1: Have the building inspected.

Step 2: Gather the necessary permits. (Your contractor will likely handle this, so confirm this with them.)

Step 3: Disconnect existing services and utilities.

Step 4: Tear down the house using heavy machinery or deconstruction methods.

Step 5: Haul away the debris to the nearest landfill or recycling facility.

Recently Requested Projects

Project: Demolish a Single-Wide or Double-Wide Mobile Home
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
Two 55 ft mobile homes probably built in 60s. No tires
Project: Demolish a Manufactured or Modular Home
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
Need a 35 ft Park Model trailer moved there's no wheels and tires on it now
Project: Remove a Mobile Home or Trailer
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
Demolish and remove a mobile home
Project: Demolish a Manufactured or Modular Home
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
Remove house and shed
Project: Remove a Mobile Home or Trailer
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
Remove old trailer for mobile home park
Project: Demolish a Single-Wide or Double-Wide Mobile Home
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
55 ft mobile home sitting for years, probably can not be pulled down the road
Project: Demolish a Single-Wide or Double-Wide Mobile Home
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
10 × 50 mobile home needs demolition or moved at the end of Sept.
Project: Propane Tank Removal
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
1.1.1. Removal of all liquefied propane gas in the 20,000 gallon tank on base, located near Building 116. 1.1.1.1. Contractor shall ensure all liquefied gas is removed and flare off all remaining propane vapor. All liquefied gas removed shall be the property of the CONTRACTOR. 1.1.1.2. Provide a CREDIT to the Government for the liquefied gas. Contractor shall provide certified meter readings to the Contracting Officer showing the amount of propane reclaimed. 1.1.2. Remove and properly transport the 20,000 gallon tank. Preparation for transport shall be accordance with all Federal, State, and Local laws. The tank shall become the property of the CONTRACTOR. 1.1.2.1. Provide a CREDIT to the Government for the fair market value of the tank. 1.1.3. Remove the mixed gas line to below ground level. Properly cap and cover. 1.1.4. Removal of all above and below ground propane lines, fittings, valves, and vaporizing and mixing equipment within the fenced area. 1.1.5. Removal of all concrete saddles, supports, piers, and equipment pads. This includes all below-ground concrete to include footings, and structural supports. 1.1.6. Removal of all above and below ground electrical cable (not to include below ground conduit) from the tank equipment to the main distribution panel located in Building 4. 1.1.7. Removal of all disconnect switches and above ground electrical conduit. 1.1.8. Removal of chain link fencing to include posts, rails, supports, gates, and fabric.
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Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
732 sq ft bayside cottage. Want to remove and rebuild on site. Electric, water and exterior gas line.
Project: Demolish a Manufactured or Modular Home
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
33 foot travel trailer need disposed of
Project: Demolish a Small Structure of Outbuilding
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
13 year old travel trailer that needs towed away
Project: Mobile Home Demolition
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
Remove/Scrap 1969 1-bedroom mobile home on campground lot. MH is not on wheels.
Project: Demolish a Manufactured or Modular Home
Location: Port Clinton, OH 43452
Description:
Need trailer demolition and removal
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