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Rhode Island Demolition Tips and Rules
Know what demolition costs.
While demolition costs vary for a number of reasons—like project type, project size, where you live, and more—knowing the average cost of your specific type of project will help you know what a good deal looks like.
- House Demolition: $4,000 - $14,000
- Barn Demolition: $1,200 - $15,000
- Interior Demolition: $500 - $12,000
- Mobile Home Demolition: $2,600 - $6,550
- Inground Pool Removal: $3,500 - $7,000
- Above Ground Pool Removal: $2,000 - $3,000
- Oil Tank Removal: $1,300 - $3,000
Handle any asbestos first.
One and two family homes are typically exempt from the Rhode Island Asbestos Control regulations. However, damaged or disturbed asbestos should be properly abated prior to demolition.
The only way to determine whether or not there is hazardous material on your property is by having it properly inspected by a licensed asbestos professional.
Find a contractor that’s right for the job.
Not only should your demolition provider be registered with the Contractor’s Registration and Licensing Board, but they should have a good track record with customers, too.
In Rhode Island, contractors must hold a valid contractor's registration in order to perform most work on homes and other structures.
Hometown Demolition Contractors is an excellent tool for finding the perfect contractor for you and your project. There, you can learn more about companies and their services, read customer reviews, and request quotes from as many providers as you’d like.
Salvage as much material as possible.
A great way to save on demolition costs is by dismantling a structure as much as possible prior to bringing in heavy equipment. By removing any flooring, baseboards, appliances, plumbing, etc. that may be reused, resold, or recycled, you’re removing debris that would otherwise need to be disposed of, and you’re helping the environment and your community, too!