We had a 4 x 35 foot flat roof awning torn down, and all the materials removed.
based on 34 projects
150 - 120000
based on 34 projects
We got a quote from the demo company to remove the aluminum siding and roofing on our trailer.
Our home was built in the 1920's or 1930's, and it needed to be demolished. We got a quote for the price of the inspection.
The project included demolishing about 1,000 sq ft of pier and beam foundation.
We needed asbestos abatement and removal services.
Two large, old upright pianos need to be demolished and hauled away.
We had a demolition of two commercial metal ovens with salvageable materials.
We needed to demolish a property. The house is over 1000 square feet, single-story, wood with a pier and beam foundation. Also the 200 ft long wooden fence needed to be removed. Part of sidewalk and a concrete ramp as well.
The project is a demolition of a house with detached garage and a swimming pool. The house is has a pier and beam foundation and is about 1800 square feet. The fiberglass pool is about 6 feet by 15 feet and maybe 6 feet deep with cement around it.
I am looking for a demolition company that can cut up and remove a Cleaver Brooks 3.2 million btu firetube boiler built in 1961. The doors are very large and probably weigh close to 1,000 lb each. The contractor gets to keep the scrap metal and the value counted against the final bill.
There was a fire in the playground area last year so we needed to remove the playground equipment. There was a slide, monkey bars and some other swing sets made of steel metal.
The job was to remove a tennis court. It also has a 10 ft. high fence around it that had to come down.
Rental of 10 yd dumpster to haul away general construction debris like carpet, wood, sheet rock etc.
I needed a new roof on my house and garage, and the trusses of the top peak of my home needed to be rebuilt.
Demolition of an ATM kiosk measuring about 5 ft. long, 3-4 ft. wide and 7-8 ft. tall. It was made of metal and brick layers that made look like it was entirely made of brick, and it also had a big canopy. Debris was hauled away.
I'm a builder who was hired by the homeowner to remove a house, porch, foundation sidewalks, slabs, capping sewer and water lines (leaving water pit for replacement construction). Leave concrete pad at easement for future garage drive and all fencing.
The estimate from the demolition company included taking down a 2-stall garage, small corn crib (probably 10x20 ft.) and debris removal. Not sure yet if slab will be removed
We rented a machine for some demolition work.
Drill 12-inch diameter holes through 12-inches of concrete in the garage
Needed to remove an above ground pool and a wood deck. The job also involved taking out a wooden gazebo and concrete in the area.