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Demolition Contractors in Wittenberg, WI

Serving Wittenberg, WI

Located in Wausau, WI and serving surrounding communities, River View Construction, Inc. offers demolition and construction services designed to meet a wide range of needs.

1625 W Center St, Antigo WI 54409

Duffek Sand and Gravel, Inc. offers the services their competition doesn’t. No job is too big or too small for their team. Located in Antigo, WI and serving surrounding areas, they know what it takes to complete demolition, trucking, concrete work, excavating, and more.

7306 Zinser St, Schofield WI 54476

PGA Plumbing Heating Cooling Electrical Excavating serves the greater Schofield, Wisconsin area with pride. We offer a variety of services to homeowners and business owners, ranging from heating & cooling to demolition, excavating, and more.

Serving Wittenberg, WI

The team at Villiard Construction LLC is here to serve you in every capacity, providing excellent customer service and high-quality results that you deserve. They are construction and demolition experts, specializing in getting rid of the old to make room for the new.

Serving Wittenberg, WI

Since 2006, LJ Excavation LLC has been offering a stunning variety of services for all kinds of customers in the Marshall, WI and greater Madison area. They perform excavation, site preparation, and demolition services.

539 Forrest Ave, Antigo WI 54409

With more than 50 years of experience, Krueger & Steinfast Inc knows what it takes to complete jobs within budget and on schedule. Not only is our team professional to the core, but we put customer service at the forefront of all that we do.

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In some states, contractors must be licensed, while in other states, they only need to be registered. While similar, they mean different things. Licensing requires contractors to pass exams and meet certain criteria in order to prove competency. Registration does not require the worker to meet criteria or pass exams; it is a written record of the person performing the work.

If your contractor is licensed, their license number should be listed on their website, social media, or any type of quote sheet or contractor. If you don't see it, ask for it; your contractor's license number should be readily available. If it isn't, be wary.

Learn more about contractor licensing requirements by state.

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