Home & Garage Demolition in Montgomery, AL

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Central Alabama Site Works

Birmingham, AL

Central Alabama Site Works is here to ensure that everyone in Central Alabama is provided with the tools, resources, and support they need to ensure a successful and safe house demolition project. Speak with us today to find out how... more



Selma, AL

SDAC specializes in a wide range of commercial and residential demolition services, including garage and house demo. We are here to serve you in a variety of ways while providing exceptional customer service and high-quality workmanship. more


Speedy Junk & Trash Movers

Montgomery, AL

Speedy Junk & Trash Movers specializes in a variety of junk removal and demolition services throughout the Montgomery, Alabama area. Our team is highly experienced in demolition, including concrete removal and various kinds of structural demolition, including house demolition. more


Grier Services

Wetumpka, AL

Grier Services is one of the leaders in the region when it comes to demolition and excavation. When they approach a project, they provide only the best service, materials, and heavy equipment. more


T & T Excavation Llc

Eclectic, AL

T & T Excavation is a full-service company specializing in all aspects of residential and commercial demolition and excavation. They are experienced demolition experts capable of demolishing homes, residential structures, light commercial, and more. more


Cut To Please

Pike Road, AL

Cut To Please is Pike Road, Alabama’s, premier demolition and removal contractor. From large commercial projects to pool removals, our staff has the industry knowledge and equipment to deliver exceptional results.  more


Stiff Contractors Inc

Wetumpka, AL

Serving the greater Montgomery, Alabama area, Stiff Contractors Inc offers residential and commercial demolition services. We have the experience needed to complete house demolition, commercial demolition, concrete removal, and more. more

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Jordan Demolition

Montgomery, AL

Jordan Demolition serves Alabama and customers throughout the United States. They’re one of the biggest demolition, debris removal, and reduction companies in the U.S. They offer turnkey demolition solutions for homeowners, commercial, and industrial clients. more

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Quality Dirt Works & Construction

Montgomery, AL

Established in 2001, Quality Dirt Works & Construction has grown to become the leading demo & excavating company serving the Montgomery, AL area. They strive for 100% customer satisfaction on every project whether it be a residential demo or a large-scale commercial wrecking job. more


Dean Enterprises

Hope Hull, AL

Located in Tabernacle, New Jersey, Dean Enterprises serves residential and commercial customers in a variety of ways. They can perform demolition, scrap removal, equipment disassembly, and much more. more


Ronnie Smith Builders Inc

Coosada, AL

Ronnie Smith Builders specializes in insurance claim restorations, but they do so much more. They've offered full-service remodeling, demolition, excavating, hauling, roofing, and site work services since they were founded in 1978. more

House and Garage Demolition Tips for Montgomery, AL

Tips for Removing Houses & Garages

There's more than one way to take apart a house, so the #1 on your to-do list is to decide which type of demolition is best for you.


1. Mechanical Demolition

This is the most common form of demolition—the act of simply tearing down the house with the help of hydraulic excavators and other heavy machinery. The resulting debris is then hauled away via trailer or dumpster. Mechanical demolition is the cheapest and fastest solution, costing between $4,000 and $14,000 on average.


2. Deconstruction

Also known as "demolition by hand," deconstruction is the process of manually stripping and deconstructing the house piece by piece with the intent of salvaging as many of the materials inside the home as possible. Because of the additional labor involved, expect to pay 2 to 3 times as much to deconstruct your home rather than demolish it.