T. D. Sims Company is your locally-owned wrecking solution offering complete commercial demolition services ranging from interior demo/removal, to total building demolition. Our experienced crew offers more than 30 years of experience in the field and can complete your job efficiently and cost-effectively.
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For over 35 years, Rayco Mobile Home Demolition has been serving the Conway, AR area with our extensive demolition services, including commercial demolition, house demolition, and more.
Our team at Donnie Kennedy Construction specializes in providing high-quality demolition, excavating, and construction services to Quitman, Arizona and surrounding communities. We provide practical, low-cost services, including barn demolition, commercial building demolition, and more.
Johnny Brock Excavating & Landscaping Inc serves the Searcy, Arkansas area, providing residential and commercial customers with various demolition services. We have been exceeding customers' expectations and raising the bar in the industry since our founding.
Barger Excavating is a family-owned and operating company serving Lonoke County and surrounding communities in the greater Little Rock area. Our goal is to exceed customers' expectations in every aspect of our commercial demolition services.
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How much does commercial demolition cost per square foot?
According to national averages, commercial demolition costs roughly $4-$8 per square foot. As square footage goes up, the cost per square foot can go down.
There are a number of things that can affect the cost of your specific interior demolition project.
Common factors that influence the total cost of commercial interior demolition include:
- Type of materials being demolished
- Total square footage being demolished
- Cost of living in your area
- Accessibility of the work site
- Demolition method used (by hand or with heavy machinery)
- Complexity of the project
- Presence of asbestos or other hazardous material
- Who you hire
Keep reading: How to Estimate the Cost of Commercial Demolition