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How is garage demolition done?

The two most common ways to demolish a garage are either traditional, mechanical demolition with the assistance of heavy equipment, or by tearing down the garage by hand (also known as deconstruction).

Mechanical demolition is the most common form of demolition—the garage is ripped down with the help of hydraulic excavators and other heavy machinery. The resulting debris is then hauled away, typically using a dumpster rental.

How much does garage demolition cost?

Garage demolition costs can vary a great deal, from $1,000-$3,000 or more, depending on its size, whether or not it is anchored, wired, or in good condition, local permit and disposal fees, who you hire, etc.

Who should I hire to help with my garage demolition?

Depending on your location, there may be restrictions to who you can and cannot hire to perform your garage's removal. For example, many cities require garage demolition contractors to be permitted and licensed. To ensure you hire the best contractor, we recommend getting three estimates when possible to adequately compare experience, customer service, costs, and availability.