Interior Demolition Contractors in Flemington, NJ

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Bella Contracting Services LLC of Fair Lawn, NJ

Bella Contracting Services LLC

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Bella Contracting Services LLC
Serving Flemington, NJ

Bella Contracting is a fully licensed, insured, and bonded company. It is owner operated and family owned. We have been in business for 10 years and have been in the industry for 15 years. With our own equipment, we can perform pool removal, interior demolition, and more.

Serving Flemington, NJ

JE General Contractors is a roofing and demolition contractor with extensive interior and exterior design experience. They can assist in a wide range of interior demolition, remodeling, renovation, and addition services, among others.

Serving Flemington, NJ

Environmentally Green and Clean specializes in providing high-level demolition services that are environmentally friendly, efficient, and safely executed. We can tear down residential and commercial structures, including concrete, interiors, and more.

65 Old Camplain Rd, Hillsborough NJ 08844

At M & A Recycling, they not only handle demolition projects from start to finish, but they also recycle the majority of debris and scrap metal generated. They can safely remove your home, office, pool, or other structure.

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Interior Demolition Tips

Make sure you have a permit.

Just like structural demolition, most cities require a permit for interior demolition projects. Generally, the contractor you hire to do the work will gather any necessary permits for you, but don't assume that's the case. Be sure to discuss and confirm this with them before any work begins (preferably before hiring them). Permits are usually acquired from your local Buildings Department and are essentially a means of acknowledging that you will perform the demo in accordance with local protocol.

If asbestos is present in the home, that typically requires an additional permit for the abatement and removal process. Our Homeowner's Guide to Asbestos explains everything you need to know.

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