Best Demolition Contractors in Bismarck, ND

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Dakota Sanitation Inc. & Roll-Off Service

723 Memorial Hwy, Bismarck ND 58504

The professional team at Dakota Sanitation Inc. & Roll-Off Services offer expertise in structural demolition, including houses, garages, barns, outbuildings and similar structures. We take care of the projects from planning to final cleanup. We’ll leave the site ready for seed or rebuild. Contact us today for a free demolition estimate.

Bowers Excavating Llc

160 Riverwood Ave SE, Mandan ND 58554

Bowers Excavating LLC is a highly accurate and efficient company completing projects on time and within budget. We have a team of specialists that utilizes the latest technology to complete house demolition, commercial demolition, fence removal, and more.

No-Dak Plumbing & Heating

2141 37th St, Mandan ND 58554

No-Dak Plumbing & Heating operates business throughout Morton County, ND. While we specialize in heating and plumbing, our experienced staff is able to complete a wide variety of jobs, including commercial and residential demolition.

Royal Septic & Excavating Service

4510 78th Ave NE, Bismarck ND 58503

Bob Blotske founded Royal Septic in 1987 and has been working in the Bismarck-Mandan area fore the last 35+ years. Throughout the years, we have continued to provide the absolute highest quality service possible.

Demolition Tips for Bismarck, ND

Demolition Project Tips

Choose the best contractor for your project. If you plan on having some interior or exterior demolition work done, consider hiring a contractor who can handle both sides of the project. For example, house demolition is usually done in order to make way for a new building or to clear the land for other possibilities. Hiring a contractor who can handle demolition and construction, or demolition and excavating is an excellent way to streamline your project. Keep reading: 2 Jobs, 1 Contractor: How to Save Money on Demolition Projects