Interior Demolition Contractors in Decatur, IL

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Unique Dumpster Rental

6564 W Duroc Rd, Maroa IL 61756

Unique Dumpster Rental is a family-owned dumpster rental and junk removal service that specializes in fast, friendly, clean, and most importantly, damage-free service. Our team can do the heavy lifting for you or we can drop off ...

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Bandy Concrete & Excavating

1229 Archer Elevator Rd, Springfield IL 62711

Founded in 1997, Bandy Concrete & Excavating is here to serve you in every capacity, providing excellent workmanship and high-quality results that you deserve. In the greater Springfield, Illinois area, we are known for our professionalism, customer service, and attention ...

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Steve's Trucking, Inc.

3320 Woodland Shores Dr, Decatur IL 62521

Steve's Trucking, Inc. has been Decatur's go-to company for reliable demolition and trucking services since 1986. Our highly trained and skilled professionals are insured and know how to efficiently demolish commercial buildings, parking garages, homes, and even entire city blocks. We ...

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Tyce Mahannah Excavating Inc

2945 South Twin Bridge Road, Decatur IL 62524

Tyce Mahannah Excavating (TME) has been serving residential, commercial, industrial, and municipal customers throughout Central Illinois and surrounding areas for more than 15 years. TME was built on providing high-quality work and exceptional customer service at an affordable rate. ...

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Hutchins Excavating

765 S Wyckles Road, Decatur IL 62522

Since 2002, Hutchins Excavating has earned a reputation throughout Central Illinois for quality, dependable excavation and demolition services. We specialize as a one-stop-shop, offering excavation, commercial demolition, concrete removal, interior demolition, and more. 

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Gallagher Excavating

454 N 1000 East Rd, Bement IL 61813

Gallagher Excavating is located in Bement, Illinois and proudly serves the greater Champaign area. We provide optimal service and competitive prices while utilizing the safest and most environmentally sound practices. We offer an unmatched level of experience, customer ...

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Hutchens Bulldozing Inc

2055 Heritage Road, Decatur IL 62521

Serving Decatur, Illinois and surrounding areas since 1965, Hutchens Bulldozing Inc is fully insured and offers free estimates. We are proud to serve residential, commercial, and industrial clients. Our mission is to safely provide the highest quality services ...

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JRH Services, LLC

1715 N 21st St, Decatur IL 62526

At JRH Services, LLC, we offer superior demolition services to residential, commercial, and industrial customers. Our experienced and courteous staff takes immense pride in completing projects safely and efficiently. We specialize in a wide range of ...

For all your trucking needs, trust Harold Goodman Excavating & Trucking Inc. We are an excavating contractor serving Lincoln, IL, and can assist with demolition, tree removals, septic tanks, and much more. Contact a member of our friendly ...

Interior Demolition Tips for Decatur, IL

Project Tips for Interior Demolition

What tools will I need for DIY interior demolition?

Performing a DIY interior demolition project can be extremely rewarding once the dust clears. But before a wave of satisfaction can wash over you, you need to be prepared for the job.

Having the right set of tools will greatly aid your remodeling efforts, plus cut down on trips you'll have to make to the home improvement store.

Here is a list of some of the most useful tools for a demolition project:

  • Crowbar
  • Chisel
  • Contractor grade trash bags (Home Depot)
  • Good work gloves
  • Lightweight hammer
  • Utility knife + replacement blades
  • Electric drill & bits
  • Spray bottle (for wallpaper removal)
  • Bucket (plumbing mishaps)
  • Broom and dustpan
  • Shop vac (one with a filter that can suck up drywall dust)
  • Flat head screwdriver
  • Protective goggles and masks

You’ll want to keep all your tools in one easy-to-access location; always put them back after using them so you’re never left searching like a chicken with its head cut off.