Commercial Building Demolition in South Woodstock, VT

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Blanchard Contracting

1255 US Route 5 N, Windsor VT 05089

Blanchard Contracting is primarily a demolition, excavation, and concrete contractor. We are the best at what we do, and we take immense pride in providing exceptional services to each of our customers, including commercial demolition.

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Garcia Excavating

6 Us Route 5, Windsor VT 05089

Garcia Excavating is focused on providing unmatched demolition, excavation, and removal services to the greater Windsor, VT community. Our staff is committed to exceeding customer expectations for both residential and commercial projects. Our staff is happy to answer any and ...

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Buck Adams Trucking & Excavating

151 Route 121, Bellows Falls VT 05101

For over a decade Adams Trucking & Excavation has been your source for all your trucking and excavation needs. Specializing in hauling heavy equipment, all phases of commercial and residential foundations, screening and grinding, commercial plowing and sanding, building demolition, ...

Commercial Demolition Tips for South Woodstock, VT

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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

How should commercial demolition debris be handled?

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.

Speak with the demolition contractors you speak to in order to see how they will handle the resulting debris, how much it will cost, etc.

Keep reading: How to Estimate the Cost of Commercial Demolition