Interior Demolition in Douglas

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Haugen's Trenching Service

Minot, ND

Haugen's Trenching Service serves North Dakota communities, working hard to meet a wide range of needs. Our team is committed to our customers, working tirelessly to deliver on our promises with each project we take on. We are... more


Dig IT Up Backhoe Service

Minot, ND

Dig IT Up Backhoe Service is located in Minot, North Dakota and proudly serves surrounding areas. We specialize in providing superior demolition and backhoe services to residential and commercial customers alike. Our team of experts works hard to provide personalized,... more


Steen Construction & Associates Inc

Minot, ND

The Minot, North Dakota community has grown to rely on Steen Construction & Associates Inc's demolition, construction, and utility services. We are here to serve you in every capacity, providing excellent customer service and high-quality results that you deserve. ... more


Barry's Excavating

Minot, ND

Our 20 years of experience have prepared our crew at Barry's Excavating for projects of all shapes, sizes, and complexities, including interior demolition, chimney removal, garage demolition, deck removal, and more.  more


4K Excavating

Sawyer, ND

4K Excavating offers a wide range of services, ranging from excavating and land clearing to demolition and site prep. Our team of professionals is highly accurate, completing all that we do precisely and safely. Contact us for your free quote... more

Interior Demolition Tips for Douglas, ND

Interior Demolition Tips

Do I need a permit for my project?

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.