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How much does commercial demolition cost per square foot?
According to national averages, commercial demolition costs roughly $4-$8 per square foot. As square footage goes up, the cost per square foot can go down.
There are a number of things that can affect the cost of your project.
Common factors that influence the total cost of commercial demolition include:
- Type of materials being demolished
- Total square footage being demolished
- Cost of living in your area
- Accessibility of the work site
- Demolition method used (by hand or with heavy machinery)
- Complexity of the project
- Presence of asbestos or other hazardous material
- Who you hire
Does commercial demolition require a permit?
Before performing any commercial demolition, you'll need to be sure you have the necessary permits and inform utility companies of plans to perform demolition.
Demolition permits cost $200 on average, but because costs are dependent on where you're located and the extent and complexity of the work being done, permits can sometimes reach as high as $10,000.
Permit cost is generally included in the price of your demolition service, but be sure to confirm this with your contractor when you get your written demolition estimate.
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