Demolition Tips & Advice
Moving a single or double-wide trailer costs anywhere from a few thousand to over $10,000. Ensure it goes smoothly, legally and that you get the best value with these tips.
If you have an old house or structure on your property that you plan to demolish, reach out to your local fire department first. Not only could fire departments in the area potentially benefit from using it as a training exercise, but it can save you money on your demolition and increase your property vaue, too.
Before beginning a project, your contractor shouldn't ask for a lot of money upfront. Sure, they will need some money to start the project, but asking a customer for more than 15% of the total cost upfront is a big red flag. Learn more about why you should never pay your customer for a project upfront.
Contractors and subcontractors are the two parties responsible for completing demolition and construction projects, and while they often work in tandem to complete a project efficiently, there are a few important differences between them that you should know.
The importance of developing a fair relationship with your contractor is widely underrated. This guide will help to ensure that you're in a mutually beneficial and fair relationship with your contractor from the first moment you reach out to them.
Understanding the project estimate provided by the demolition company is an essential part of the demolition process. It's key to avoid problems later on, such as additional fees and project issues.
Whether you're looking to completely demolish a structure or just its interior, you will likely need to apply for a permit to make sure your work will meet your community's standards as defined in your city’s code.
Your bedroom is one of the most-used rooms in your home; it should be a place you enjoy spending time! Keep in mind that each remodel is different, but this guide is a great jumping off point and will help keep you organized.
When it comes to remodeling your home, or performing any interior demolition project, many homeowners ask, “When is the best time to do it?” The bottom line is: The best time is whenever you’re ready to do it! However, certain times of year are better than others in terms of cost-efficiency and ease of planning.
Demolition can increase a property’s value in the right circumstances. Learn the various questions you should be asking when making the decision whether or not demolition is the best option for your structure.
This guide will explain how to turn off the water to your home and how to cap the water line. This is something you will have to do before beginning any demolition or construction project in your home, in your garage, or anywhere that water is fed.
This guide will explain how to turn off the gas to your home and how to cap the gas line. It is a necessary step before beginning any demolition or construction project in a home, garage, or anywhere that gas is fed.
This guide is designed for homeowners looking to demolish or deconstruct their garage. It will outline how to demolish your garage in a safe and straightforward way.
While you may be looking at your old, unuseable chimney and thinking about removing it, it’s not always as simple as you think. There are several factors to take into consideration before you begin your project.
If you’re tired of looking at the old, worn-down shed in your backyard but have been putting off having it removed because you’re not sure what to do with it, look no further. Whether your shed is made of wood, metal, or plastic, Hometown Demolition can help.