Gobel Excavating & Aggregate Inc is an excavation contractor that has been servicing Carlton County, MN for over 15 years. We offer a wide range of services, including house demolition.
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If you're in need of high-quality demolition services in the Aitkin, MN area, look no further than CK Service. We offer concrete removal, deck removal, garage demolition, house demolition, and so much more. Contact us today for a free estimate!
Ron Eaton, owner and operator of Ron's Classic Construction, LLC, is the premier general contractor in Pine county and beyond. We offer a plethora of services including thorough and efficient house demolitions. His dedicated team of professionals will provide you with unmatched customer service and craftsmanship. Contact us today to learn more about our house demolition service.
Located in McGregor, MN and serving nearby areas, Ekelund Excavating, Inc. serves residential and commercial customers alike. Their services include demolition, excavating, site preparation, grading, septic tank and systems, utilities, plumbing, and more.
Located in Carlton, Minnesota, Omar’s Sand & Gravel is locally owned and operated. We offer reliable demolition services, like mobile home demolition, house demolition, and more. We proudly serve residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Carlton County and South St. Louis County.
The Duluth, MN area turns to Dan The Tree Man for all of their tree service and residential demolition needs. We know how to handle small and simple projects as well as big and complex projects, including garage and house demolition.
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Building deconstruction is the careful dismantling of a structure. Often referred to as "green demolition," deconstruction significantly reduces the number of materials clogging up our landfills and harming our environment.
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that approximately 250,000 homes are demolished in the United States each year, adding up to roughly 124,670,000 tons of construction and demolition debris. If even a fraction of those homes were deconstructed, thousands of tons of waste would be diverted from landfills. Less stuff in our landfills means positive changes for our environment.