Pearson Properties is a turnkey demolition solution serving residential and commercial customers throughout the area. We were founded in 1998 by former Wichita firefighter, Gene Pearson. Today, we’ve grown to become one of the area’s leading wrecking service providers. We offer selective interior demolition for removal of walls, flooring or complete gut-outs.
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316 Waste Solutions is a local, family-owned business operating in Witchita, Kansas and the surrounding area. We started 316 Waste Solutions because we saw a need for a family-oriented waste removal company that is readily available to speak with customers ...
A-1 Hauling and Junk Removal started in 2015 as a small, local, family-owned business and has since grown to provide both small and large-scale junk removal services. We also offer light demolition for our customers with a dilapidated deck, fence, ...
Founded in 2014, our services include comprehensive demolition services for residential and commercial customers in the area. Our experienced, highly trained, and friendly staff of professionals can demolish houses, interiors, and more.
Apex Excavating LLC provides professional services to Wichita residents, businesses, and contractors. We specialize in excavating, land clearing, trenching, structural and house demolition. Your first impression upon working with Apex is friendly customer service and technicians. Our team provides the highest quality care backed with top-of-the-line craftsmanship.
For more than 10 years, Griffin Max Construction, Inc. has been taking a straightforward, courteous approach with residential, commercial, and industrial customers throughout the greater Wichita, Kansas area. Established in 2006, we have the equipment and know-how required to complete the ...
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Interior Demolition Tips for Wichita, KS
Interior Demolition Tips
Make sure you have a permit.
Just like structural demolition, most cities require a permit for interior demolition projects.
Generally, the contractor you hire to do the work will gather any necessary permits for you, but don't assume that's the case. Be sure to discuss and confirm this with them before any work begins (preferably before hiring them).
Permits are usually acquired from your local Buildings Department and are essentially a means of acknowledging that you will perform the demo in accordance with local protocol.
If asbestos is present in the home, that typically requires an additional permit for the abatement and removal process. Our Homeowner's Guide to Asbestos explains everything you need to know.