Demolish a Home in Pamelia, NY

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  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

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  • Concrete Removal

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  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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Pick N Go Property Waste Services

800 Starbuck Ave. Suite A-10, Watertown NY 13601

Located in Watertown, New York, Pick N Go Property Waste Services is proud to serve nearby communities. We offer superior demolition services, along with cleanout services, dumpster rental, and more. We are your one-stop shop for all your project ...

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Eselin Excavation

17408 Star School House Rd, Dexter NY 13634

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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Thomas Trash Service

16399 NYS RT 178, Adams NY 13605

Family owned and operated, Thomas Trash Service has put their customers first for more than 20 years. They specialize in excavating, demolition, complete site work, shore wells, septic installations, storage units, snow removal, and more.

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Kempney Trucking & Excavating

40088 State Route 3, Carthage NY 13619

Kempney Trucking & Excavating offers a variety of services to Watertown, New York area residents and business owners. We are efficient in completing house demolition on schedule and within customers' intended budget.

House and Garage Demolition Tips for Pamelia, NY

Tips for House & Garage Removal

Should I deconstruct or demolish my home/garage?

Many people are unaware of the ability to deconstruct a home or garage. Commonly referred to as "green demolition" or "demolition by hand," deconstruction is a demolition method in which all salvageable building materials and pieces of the home are recovered and reused or sold to others for reuse. Even more, people don't realize how affordable deconstruction can be in the long run. The upfront cost may be more expensive considering its laborious, time-consuming nature, but the amount recouped from the salvaged materials can offset much (if not all) of the costs in some cases.

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