Home & Garage Demolition in Deposit, NY

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Empire Construction of CNY, LLC

4287 North Homer Ave, Cortland NY 13045

Empire Excavation of CNY LLC streamlines the construction process by specializing in residential and commercial demolition, site prep, excavation, and concrete removal services. They are a fully insured and locally owned and operated business.

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Gorick Construction Co Inc

27 Track Dr, Binghamton NY 13904

Serving the Binghamton, New York area, Gorick Construction Co Inc offers a wide range of house demolition and construction services. We believe in solid work ethic, meticulouslness, and attention to detail.

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Stevens Excavation LLC

15 Stevens Ln, Otego NY 13825

At Stevens Excavation LLC, we are committed to providing you with the highest quality demolition services, including garage and house demolition. 

House and Garage Demolition Tips for Deposit, NY

Tips for Removing Houses & Garages

There's more than one way to take apart a house, so the #1 on your to-do list is to decide which type of demolition is best for you.

 

1. Mechanical Demolition

This is the most common form of demolition—the act of simply tearing down the house with the help of hydraulic excavators and other heavy machinery. The resulting debris is then hauled away via trailer or dumpster. Mechanical demolition is the cheapest and fastest solution, costing between $4,000 and $14,000 on average.

 

2. Deconstruction

Also known as "demolition by hand," deconstruction is the process of manually stripping and deconstructing the house piece by piece with the intent of salvaging as many of the materials inside the home as possible. Because of the additional labor involved, expect to pay 2 to 3 times as much to deconstruct your home rather than demolish it.