Land Services was started in 1993 as a general civil construction company in Prairieville Louisiana, but over the years has narrowed its field of work to demolition, associated clearing and dirt work. Land Services demolition capabilities range from small single-story dwellings ...
Interior Demolition Contractors in Pierre Part, LA
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The experienced team at Robert Enterprises, LLC are capable of completing a broad range of projects in the demolition, site prep, oil field and chemical application sectors. We are a licensed GC serving Louisiana and surrounding areas. We are outfitted ...
Savoy's Excavation and Demolition LLC makes the demolition process simple, easy, and affordable. We specialize in demolishing old homes, mobile homes, sheds, garages, interiors, and much more. We can even tear up old parking lots for our commercial customers!
Dumpsters Lynn Romero Trucking LLC specializes in oil field transportation, waste disposal, and heavy-duty trucking, while also offering top of the line demolition services. We take pride in offering the exceptional services for our fellow New Iberia community members and ...
Harvey Honoré Enterprises, LLC offers a wide range of construction products and services. Whether you’re in need of demolition for commercial projects or full-service construction support for interior renovations, we are equipped with the tools and experience ...
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Interior Demolition Tips for Pierre Part, LA
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.