Commercial Building Demolition in Lavaca County, TX

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All Out Junk & Debris Removal - Victoria

Victoria, TX

At All Out Junk & Debris Removal, we offer turn-key solutions to our commercial and residential clients in the Edna, TX area. Our experienced team can perform a variety of demolition services, including commercial demolition.  more


Shamrock Environmental

Cuero, TX

Our team at Shamrock Environmental offers comprehensive environmental and demolition services. We have extensive experience and knowledge in the industry, including house demolition, concrete removal, and more. more


KK Civil Construction LLC

Cuero, TX

Founded more than 30 years ago, KK Civil Construction LLC knows what it takes to complete a variety of commercial demolition projects. We believe in providing the highest quality customer service and workmanship. more


Axis Demolition & Excavating

Victoria, TX

Axis Demolition & Excavating is the Victoria, Texas area's leading source for high-quality demolition and excavating services. Our staff is committed to providing total customer satisfaction, from the first phone call to project completion. We are the... more

Commercial Demolition Tips for Lavaca County, TX

Tips for Commercial Demolition

What is the fastest form of commercial demolition?

Explosions or implosions are easily the quickest way to demolish a commercial demolition, but due to the risks involved, mechanical demolition is the safest way to get work done quickly. Mechanical demolition involves using heavy machinery, like excavators or bulldozers, as well as impressive technology for accuracy and safety. This method of demolition is quick, efficient, and moderately priced. Because of this, it is easily the most popular demolition method for both commercial and residential structures.

Who can perform commercial demolition?

Under the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act, any contractor, supervisor, worker, inspector, or otherwise that works with asbestos-containing building materials in a commercial building must be accredited by the EPA Model Accreditation Plan or by an equally rigorous training program. In addition, because commercial demolition requires great care and knowledge, it shouldn't be taken on by just anyone. With Hometown Demolition, you can get quotes from as many contractors in your areas as you'd like. You can read their company profiles, see what other customers have to say about their services, and more.

Learn more: Commercial Demolition Overview from Prep to Cleanup