Interior Demolition Contractors in West Bend, WI

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Jaw's Services Inc is dedicated to delivering projects within budget and on-schedule. Their staff is skilled and experienced in excavation, grading, trucking, demolition, trenching and more. Jaw's offers expertise in commercial interior demolition for removal of walls, floors, complete strip-outs and more.

Serving West Bend, WI

Johnson Demolition & Concrete Services is your locally respected demolition and concrete specialist. They specialize in interior demolition services but also offer full residential capabilities all the way up to structural demolition.

Serving West Bend, WI

As a Nationally-Recognized Construction Company, the team at Precision Contracting Services is the one to call when you need the absolute best without overpaying. They’re best known for their exceptional demolition, roofing, remodeling, and more.

Serving West Bend, WI

Shoreline Contracting Services Inc. believes quality shouldn’t have to be sacrificed to make a demolition or excavation project fit your budget. They specialize in house demolition, pool removal, masonry recycling, and more.

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Interior Demolition Tips

Make sure you have a permit.

Just like structural demolition, most cities require a permit for interior demolition projects. Generally, the contractor you hire to do the work will gather any necessary permits for you, but don't assume that's the case. Be sure to discuss and confirm this with them before any work begins (preferably before hiring them). Permits are usually acquired from your local Buildings Department and are essentially a means of acknowledging that you will perform the demo in accordance with local protocol.

If asbestos is present in the home, that typically requires an additional permit for the abatement and removal process. Our Homeowner's Guide to Asbestos explains everything you need to know.

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