Demolition Companies in Douglas, MN

Hometown helps you quickly identify the top demolition experts in Douglas, MN. The best local contractors have the experience and heavy equipment to get your demolition project completed efficiently and at an honest price. Compare companies and request estimates today for your project.

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Since 2000, Fitzgerald Excavating & Trucking has been serving Goodhue, MN and nearby areas. They specialize in excavating, demolition, and trucking services, allowing them to take even the most complex projects from start to finish smoothly, efficiently, and affordably.

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Genadek Demolition has been one of the areas leading demolition contractors dating back to 1975. Our experience and knowledge of demolition technology and best practices sets us apart from other demo companies. We take care of everything from disconnecting utilities to permitting to following strict safety standards.

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For more than 35 years, Hodgman Drainage Company, Inc. has been serving Claremont and Kasson, MN. Fully licensed and insured, they offer comprehensive, low-cost solutions, like site preparation, demolition, excavating, septic systems, aggregate materials, and farm drainage.

Demolition Tips for Douglas, MN

7 steps to demolishing a home

  1. Get estimates from reputable contractors (estimates typically require a visit to the site)
  2. Request permits and approvals from local govt.
  3. Disconnection utilities 
  4. Inspect for asbestos in older buildings
  5. Demolish the building safely
  6. Disposal of demolition debris
  7. Grade and level the site

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Moody, ALRochester, MN

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Douglas, MN 
55003, 55960

Minnesota Demolition Tips & Rules

Have your property inspected, and notify the right people before demolition.

In Minnesota, under the requirements set forth by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA), all structures in Minnesota regulated under the Federal National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for asbestos must be inspected for hazardous materials prior to any demolition or renovation work. This applies to all structures—residential, agricultural, commercial, governmental, and industrial.

In addition to these requirements, certain buildings built before 1978 may also be subject to federal requirements under the Renovation, Repair, and Painting Rule (RRP) of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

If you are planning to renovate, demolish, or burn a structure (for a legitimate fire training exercise) regulated under NESHAP, notify the MPCA at least ten business days prior to the start of the work.

Notify the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency of your intent to demolish a structure or remove asbestos by filling out this form and submitting it…

By hand or mail:

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency
Industrial Division — Asbestos Program
520 Lafayette Road North
St. Paul, MN 55155

By email: [email protected]

By fax: (651) 297-1438

 

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Hire a properly licensed contractor for the job.

In order to do demolition or asbestos work in Minnesota, a contractor must be licensed by the Minnesota Department of Health.

In addition to hiring a properly licensed company, you should also do your research to ensure the company has adequate experience in demolition, they have a good safety record, and their customers are happy with their work. You can check all these boxes with the help of Hometown Demolition Contractors.


Consider deconstructing before demolishing.

A great way to not only save costs but also help the environment is by deconstructing your structure as much as possible prior to demolition. Not only does less “house” to demolish mean lower demo and disposal costs, but the materials you salvage can also be donated to charity.

For example, Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores provide a wide selection of lightly used home improvement materials and home goods to members of your community.

Learn more about deconstruction to determine if it’s a good option for you.

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