Demolition Tips & Advice

deck removal cost guide
If you have a deck you want removed, you're likely asking yourself, "How much is this going to cost?" At Hometown, we understand that getting the best price for your deck removal is important to you, and our goal is to help ensure you get that.
shed demolition cost guide
If you have a shed you want torn down, you're likely asking yourself how much this is going to cost. At Hometown, we understand that getting the best price for your shed demolition is important to you, and our goal is to help ensure you get that.
brick and chimney removal cost guide
If you have a brick driveway, patio, or chimney you need removed, you're likely asking yourself, "How much is this going to cost?" Hometown understands the importance of getting a good price, and our guide will help ensure you get that.
concrete and asphalt removal cost guide
If you have a driveway, patio, or porch you need removed, you're likely asking yourself, "How much is this going to cost?" Hometown understands the importance of getting a good price, and our guide will help ensure you get that.
interior demolition cost guide
If you are looking to have interior demolition work done, you're likely wondering how much it will cost to complete your project. We understand that getting the best price for your interior demolition is important to you, and we want to help ensure you get that.
inground pool demolition
Pool removal is a popular demolition service that can save you hundreds, if not thousands, in maintenance fees every year. There are a number of factors that play into how much you can expect to pay for your pool removal. Read our cost guide to learn more. 
wood fence removal
Hiring a professional to handle your light demolition is a fast, convenient way to reinvent your property, but there are several factors that will affect the final price you pay. See real-life cost examples others have paid for shed demolition, deck removal, and fence removal. 
building demolition cost guide
When it comes time to tear down a building, the first question most people ask is, "How much is this going to cost?" We understand that getting the best price for your building demolition is of the utmost importance to you, and we want to help ensure you get that.
concrete driveway snow removal tips
Extreme weather conditions, like snow, freezing temperatures, standing water, and commonly used rock salt, all put a great deal of stress on concrete driveways, sidewalks, and garage floors. Learn the best practices to help minimize damage and prolong your concrete's life.
how to remove mobile home
It's not uncommon for a buyer to purchase land property on which a mobile home sits, or for a mobile home to sit unused and uncared for on a piece of land that would be better off without it. Find out how to go about getting a mobile home demolished.
home projects to tackle during winter
Most contractors would agree that their busiest seasons are spring and summer, making the months between October and March the most cost-effective time to update your home and get small projects done. Read this article for 8 project ideas to tackle this winter.
reduce waste from demolition and construction projects
Reusing, recycling, donating, and selling materials are all great ways to reduce the amount of waste generated during construction and demolition (C&D) projects. Reduce the amount of C&D debris you haul to the landfill to save money and help the environment.
how to handle hazardous waste removal
If your home was built in the 1980s or earlier, there's a good chance your home contains some type of hazardous material, the most common types being asbestos and lead. If left undisturbed, these typically do not cause any health issues.
make a basement remodel plan
During the pandemic, we're spending more and more time in our homes and looking for ways to maximize or refresh our space. If your basement is unfinished or outdated, remodeling it is a great way to make the most out of your space.
chimney stack
With the average price of a full chimney removal ranging anywhere from $2,500-$7,500, homeowners are often looking for alternative solutions to manage their needs while also cutting costs. Find out if saving money with a partial chimney removal is right for you.