Commercial Building Demolition in Columbia, CA

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R. B. Environmental

Stockton, CA

Since 1990, R. B. Environmental has been providing expert demolition throughout the Central Valley, Bay Area, and Northern California. There is no demo job that we haven't successfully completed in our over 30 years in the industry. more

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Riverbank Interiors

Riverbank, CA
  • Commercial
  • Interiors
  • Residential
  • Structures
  • Experienced and qualified
  • Safe and efficient

Riverbank Interiors provides top-notch commercial demolition services throughout the greater Riverbank, CA area and beyond. When you hire us, you'll never have to worry about being overcharged and underwhelmed with our services. Our team knows how to tear down structures... more

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Richard J Berchtold Construction

Soulsbyville, CA

Richard J Berchtold Construction is based in Soulsbyville, California and proudly serves nearby cities. We can tear down it all—commercial buildings, barns, chimneys, houses, mobile homes, sheds, and more. more

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K.W. Emerson, Inc.

San Andreas, CA

K.W. Emerson, Inc. is a General Engineering Contractor that has been servicing California and Nevada for nearly 50 years. We have a broad range of capabilities, including commercial and residential demolition.  more

Commercial Demolition Tips for Columbia, CA

Commercial Demolition Tips

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 project.

Common factors that influence the total cost of commercial 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