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How is demolition handled?

Mechanical demolition is the most common form of demolition—the structure or concrete is torn down or ripped up 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 demolition cost?

Traditional mechanical demolition is the cheapest and fastest demolition option, with the average demolition cost ranging quite a bit due to the various factors that come into play.

For example, house demolition ranges from $4,000-$14,000 on average, commercial building demolition ranges from $20,000-$40,000 on average, and concrete removal ranges from $2-$6 per square foot.

Your project cost will vary depending on the size and complexity of the project, where you live, and who you hire.

Who should I hire to help with my demolition?

To ensure you hire the best contractor, we recommend getting three estimates when possible to adequately compare experience, customer service, costs, and availability before hiring someone to assist with your demolition project.