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Demolition Contractors in Mecca, IN

Serving Mecca, IN

Providing the Greencastle, Indiana area with exceptional services, Boller Excavating is a leader in excavating and demolition services. We provide practical, low-cost services for everyday homeowners, like you. Our years of experience and training have prepared us for projects of all shapes, sizes, and complexities.

Serving Mecca, IN

At S & G Excavating, Inc, you can count on our team of excavation experts to give your job the personal attention it deserves. Based in the greater Terre Haute, Indiana area, we are proud to serve our community and go above and beyond to exceed customers' expectations.

Serving Mecca, IN

McCullough Excavating and Silt Removal was founded in 2004. Today, we serve our local communities, including residential customers and large companies, like Citizens Energy We work on road projects, demolish buildings, and more.

600 West National Ave, Brazil IN 47834

Sutherland & Sons Inc is a certified, licensed, and bonded company that was established in 1943. We provide affordable demolition, excavating, septic tank, and sewer line cleaning services.

678 E Private Road 1250 N, Brazil IN 47834

New Concepts Clearing offers comprehensive demolition and site preparation services to the Brazil, Indiana area. Our team of experts can tear down residential and commercial structures of all shapes and sizes.

Serving Mecca, IN

Serving Veedersburg, Indiana and surrounding cities, Bell's Excavating offers a variety of demolition services, ranging from commercial demolition all the way to concrete removal and barn demolition.

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In some states, contractors must be licensed, while in other states, they only need to be registered. While similar, they mean different things. Licensing requires contractors to pass exams and meet certain criteria in order to prove competency. Registration does not require the worker to meet criteria or pass exams; it is a written record of the person performing the work.

If your contractor is licensed, their license number should be listed on their website, social media, or any type of quote sheet or contractor. If you don't see it, ask for it; your contractor's license number should be readily available. If it isn't, be wary.

Learn more about contractor licensing requirements by state.

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