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Demolition Companies in Ellisburg, NY
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Located in Watertown, New York, Pick N Go Property Waste Services is proud to serve nearby communities. We offer superior demolition services, including barns, pools, and more.
Coffin’s Gravel & Excavating serves residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Oswego County, New York. They specialize in site work, like demolition, demolition cleanup, and excavation, as well as material hauling, and more.
Located in Lacona, New York and serving surrounding areas, Bremm Excavating & Hauling is proud to provide residential and commercial customers throughout the area with high-quality demolition services.
Thomas Trash Service offers services to residential, commercial, and industrial properties. They provide containers and services, including recycling, excavating, demolition, complete site work, septic installations, snow removal, and more.
Marzano Excavating offers Watertown, Ft. Drum, Jefferson County, St. Lawrence County, and Lewis County areas of New York with residential and commercial demolition, excavating, and hauling services, as well as snow plowing and removal.
Eselin Excavation is the North Country’s excavation and demolition expert. They are the contractor/subcontractor to call when you need residential or commercial services. Their specialties include demolition, excavating, site development, land clearing, etc.
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The Demolition Process
If you're having a structure demolished, like a home or a commercial structure, these are the basic aspects of the demolition process you should be familiar with.
Step 1: Have the building inspected.
Step 2: Gather the necessary permits. (Your contractor will likely handle this, so confirm this with them.)
Step 3: Disconnect existing services and utilities.
Step 4: Tear down the house using heavy machinery or deconstruction methods.
Step 5: Haul away the debris to the nearest landfill or recycling facility.