Interior Demolition Contractors in Morgantown, KY

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  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

  • Commercial Building

  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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Precision Demolition LLC

3712 Mount Zion Rd., Brownsville KY 42210

Precision Demolition LLC is a veteran-owned and operated company with more than 7 years of experience demolishing residential and commercial structures. Based out of Juliet, Tennessee, we offer comprehensive demolition services to Kentucky, too. Our team is very highly rated. We&...

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Scott & Ritter Inc

2385 Barren River Rd, Bowling Green KY 42101

Scott & Ritter, Inc. is a heavy utility contractor located in Bowling Green, KY. We offer a wide range of services to meet customers' needs, including demolition, grading, mechanical utilities, storm and sanitary sewer construction, underground electric facilities, gas lines, ...

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Precision Interior Demolition LLC

4071 Mt Zion Rd, Brownsville KY 42210

Precision Interior Demolition LLC is a husband and wife team that specializes in interior and small scale demolition in Kentucky and Tennessee. As a small, locally-owned business, we understand how important our reputation is, which is why we are diligent ...

Interior Demolition Tips for Morgantown, KY

Tips for Interior Demolition

Do I need a permit for my interior demolition project?

A majority of cities require permits for interior demolition projects just as they would for structural demolition projects. Permits can usually be acquired at your local Buildings Department and are basically a way of stating that you acknowledge and will follow the necessary protocol before (and while) performing any demo:

  • Shut off all utilities
  • Ensure there is no water running to the building
  • Notify neighbors of upcoming demolition

If you're hiring a demolition contractor, they will likely get the required permit(s) for you, but be sure to confirm this with them. Once you’ve received your permit, post it on the front door of the property. That way, any passersby are aware that the work going on inside is legal. Also, be aware that if asbestos is present in the building, you’ll likely need to get an additional permit for the removal.