For many projects involving alterations or additions to a property, it's necessary to obtain a permit from the local government before the work gets started. Doing so helps the city keep track of your home's structure and integrity, while also allowing inspectors to check for issues in the future.
Construction and demolition (C&D) debris isn't like everyday waste you can simply toss in your trash can and have taken away by your local trash hauler.
When you have bulk amounts of debris—especially when that debris includes debris from demolition or construction projects—you will need to handle disposal differently.
Learn how to dispose of demolition debris properly while saving money and helping the environment.
Disposal of demolition debris is a major part of the cost of demolishing a home. Getting a rough estimate of how many roll off dumpsters you'll need for house demolition disposal makes it a lot easier to estimate the overall cost of demolition.