Top Demolition Contractors in Carthage, TX

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Greer's Dirt Works LLC

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Shreveport, LA

When you need a structure torn down and hauled off your property, you want to make sure the person doing the job is safe, accurate, and passionate about their work. If you hire Greer's Dirt Works LLC, you'll get all... more


Speedy Dumpster Solutions

Longview, TX

Speedy Dumpster Solutions is the #1 resource for structural and interior residential demolition throughout Longview, TX. We’re dedicated to providing our community with timely service, ensuring that your project stays on track. more


LEFTOVERS Dumpster Rental & Junk Removal Services

Bossier City, LA

The team at LEFTOVERS Junk Hauling & Roll-Off Dumpsters is here to help you get rid if unwanted structures and items on your property. We offer a variety of demolition services. Reach out today to learn more! more

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Quick Moving Service

Longview, TX

Quick Moving Service is a local, veteran-owned business offering full-service moving, junk removal, and light demolition services in and around Longview, TX. We offer a wide range of services, like concrete removal, deck removal, fence removal, shed demolition, and more.... more


S & R Dozer Contractors Inc

Center, TX

S&R Dozer Contractors Inc has the manpower, knowledge, and equipment to handle a wide list of commercial and residential services. Based out of Center, TX, we remove concrete and pools, demolish barns, sheds, and fences, and much more. more

Demolition Tips for Carthage, TX

Tips for Demolition Projects

How can I make sure my contractor is qualified?

In order to perform demolition work, a contractor must have the proper local and state licensing. If you hire a contractor who doesn't have the proper licensing, it could lead to fines, the removal of your project without warning or compensation, and/or an unsafe work environment. However, contractor licensing requirements vary from state-to-state, while some states leave licensing entirely up to cities and counties—so be sure to check with your local building office.


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