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Demolition Contractors in Campbell County, TN

Serving Campbell County, TN

Serving Knoxville and surrounding Tennessee communities, LETT Construction offers demolition, septic/leach drain field installation, storm shelter design, dewatering, and more. Our team is committed to our customers.

Serving Campbell County, TN

Junk Bee Gone serves Knoxville, Tennessee. They offer light demolition, junk removal, dumpster rentals, paper shredding, and recycling. They can haul away appliances, construction debris, and much more.

Serving Campbell County, TN

Affordable Demolition & Construction is a reputable residential and commercial demolition company serving the greater Knoxville area. You can count on us to give your property the fresh start it needs, tearing down old structures and removing the debris.

Serving Campbell County, TN

In Knoxville, Tennessee, Cozy Excavation and Contracting specializes in digging and excavating of all types. We work hard to meet customers' needs, whether it be digging holes for septic systems and water lines, removing oil tanks, grading, or landscaping.

Serving Campbell County, TN

Steele's Barn Salvage is a small, local, family-owned business that is fully insured and experienced in the barn removal and wood salvaging business. We walk our customers through the process and work carefully to remove your barn structure.

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The Demolition Process

If you're having a structure demolished, like a home or a commercial structure, these are the basic aspects of the demolition process you should be familiar with.

Step 1: Have the building inspected.

Step 2: Gather the necessary permits. (Your contractor will likely handle this, so confirm this with them.)

Step 3: Disconnect existing services and utilities.

Step 4: Tear down the house using heavy machinery or deconstruction methods.

Step 5: Haul away the debris to the nearest landfill or recycling facility.

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