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Helpful Hints for Texas Demolition Projects
Notify the right people of your project before starting.
In Texas, regulations require that property owners or contractors notify the Department of State Health Services prior to starting a demolition project, or in any instance in which asbestos-containing material may be disturbed.
First and foremost, you should clarify with your contractor who will be handling the notification process. Typically, the contractor handling the removal will notify the proper departments, but this is something you should confirm with them up front.
Learn more: Asbestos: Everything a Homeowner Needs to Know
Ensure the provider you hire is properly licensed.
The state of Texas does not issue licenses to general contractors, but cities and counties within the state do. A majority of cities and counties require general contractors to apply for a building permit if they intend to construct, repair, alter, or demolish a structure.
Before hiring a demolition provider, double check that they maintain the most up-to-date licensing in your area.
Then, ensure that the contractor you’re interested in also has a good safety record, positive customer reviews, and adequate experience in the demolition field. You can cross all these off your list with the help of Hometown Demolition Contractors.
- The Difference Between a Contractor's Bond, License, and Insurance
- Licensing 101: A State-by-State Guide to Contractor License Requirements
Get multiple opinions to get the best price.
The best thing you can do to make sure you get the fairest price is: Get multiple quotes for the job. We recommend talking to a minimum of three different contractors in your area.
Don’t just compare the bottom line cost though. You also want to look into:
- what each cost includes (permits, debris removal, etc.)
- each contractor’s experience doing that specific work
- what other customers have to say about them
- how long it will take them to complete the project
- payment schedule expectations
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