Commercial Building Demolition in Johns Island, SC

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Silver King Disposal LLC

148 Berkley Farms Rd, Summerville SC 29483

Silver King Disposal LLC proudly serves all areas of Berkeley County, Charleston County, Dorchester County, and surrounding areas. We specialize in waste disposal and light demolition, including commercial demolition.

MB Demolition

4418 Mixedwood Drive, Ladson SC 29456

MB Demolition is a full-service demolition company with the expertise to handle small to large demolition projects, including structural and interior commercial demolition. Our team is innovative, consistently using the most up-to-date and efficient techniques. We offer an unmatched level of experience, customer care, and professionalism to each and every job site.

Jake Smalls Construction

1908 Savannah Hwy, Charleston SC 29407

Jake Smalls Construction is located in Charleston, South Carolina and proudly serves surrounding areas with commercial demolition services. We specialize in a wide range of general construction services and strive to provide cost-effective solutions. 

Affordable Hauling and Property Maintenance began in 1992 and prides itself on being a one-stop-shop with a myriad of commercial and residential services under one roof, like structural demolition, junk removal, interior demolition, dumpster rental, oil tank removal, and so much more. 

Built Right

9421 Highway 78, Ladson SC 29456

Built Right is the company to call when you have a commercial project to tackle. Our fleet of heavy equipment is designed to be able to handle all kinds of projects, including interior demolition, cleanout projects, and more.

Commercial Demolition Tips for Johns Island, SC

Tips for Demolishing Commercial Structures

Know where the debris will go.

It is imperative that you have a clear understanding (and written confirmation) of who will be handling debris disposal. Disposal costs vary quite a bit based on the type of debris, local disposal fees, and how close the demolition site is to the landfill or recycling facility.

If you have to dispose of the debris yourself, you can get an idea of what the hauling and disposal fees will be by reaching out to a qualified local dumpster rental company.

If you know the type of debris that will need to be disposed of, like concrete, rebar, plaster, metal, equipment, etc., along with the square footage of the building, an experienced dumpster rental provider will be able to give you a relatively accurate estimate of how much debris your project will produce and how much it will cost to haul it away and dispose of it.

Keep reading: How to Estimate the Cost of Commercial Demolition