Demolition Companies in Paton, IA

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Jorgensen Solutions LLC

Paton, IA
  • Commercial Demolition
  • Residential Demolition
  • Land clearing specialists
  • Free estimates

Jorgensen Solutions LLC is an experienced group of local demo pros who love tearing down structures. With virtually zero overhead fees, we are one of the most affordable demo options in the area! more

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Peterson Construction

Webster City, IA

Peterson Construction is a third generation construction company based in Webster City, Iowa. Founded in 1957, we provide customers throughout Central Iowa with comprehensive demolition, including chimney removal, barn demolition, and more. more

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Pleva Mechanical Inc

Woodward, IA

Pleva Mechanical Inc is a mechanical contractor offering oil tank removal services in Woodward, IA and the surrounding areas. Our team of specialists is highly trained to perform the work we provide. Get in touch today for a free quote. more

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Russ's Construction

Fort Dodge, IA

Russ's Construction employees dedicated demolition contractors who excel at planning, executing, and finishing a variety of demolition and construction projects. We strive to exceed customer expectations. more

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Youngren Excavating Inc

Boone, IA

Youngren Excavating Inc proudly serves Boone, Iowa and surrounding communities, and we are committed to meeting their needs, both big and small. We specialize in all things excavating and demolition, including house demolition, concrete removal, and more. more

Demolition Tips for Paton, IA

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How can I make sure my contractor is qualified?

In order to perform demolition work, a contractor must have the proper local and state licensing. If you hire a contractor who doesn't have the proper licensing, it could lead to fines, the removal of your project without warning or compensation, and/or an unsafe work environment. However, contractor licensing requirements vary from state-to-state, while some states leave licensing entirely up to cities and counties—so be sure to check with your local building office.

 

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