Interior Demolition in Saint Anthony

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Kempf Excavating Inc

5884 S Club Rd, Huntingburg IN 47542

Kempf Excavating Inc specializes in providing comprehensive demolition and excavating services that can't be beat. We are committed to providing our customers with the results they want and the services they need, from interior demolition to concrete removal, and more.

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Vanwinkle Construction Enterprises LLC

5966 Glen Haven Boulevard, Plainfield IN 46168

Vanwinkle Construction Enterprises LLC provides high-quality commercial and residential demolition services throughout the greater Plainfield, IN area. Our pros can demolish interiors, remove cracked concrete, demolish structures, and everything in between. Speak with a member of our crew today for ...

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Kemp Inc

9981 E Us Highway 50, Cannelburg IN 47519

Kemp Inc is your go-to source for excavating and demolition services. We offer dependability, experience, friendliness, and professionalism. To learn more, give us a call, or request a free interior demolition quote today!

Interior Demolition Tips for Saint Anthony, IN

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.