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Question DetailsAsked on 6/21/2017

Where can I get my garage torn down and how much will it cost?

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Hello Sparky02,


Thank you for reaching out. If you have not done so already, please go to Angieslist.com and set up a membership. Once logged in you can search our list for our "Buliders - Garages/Barns/Sheds" or our "Remodeling - General" categories to find a provider that can assist you with your project. We would encourage getting three estimates to find the best price for your job.


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Demolition (not an Angies List category) is the type of company you need - google for local demolition companies and then cross-check to see if they are rated/reviewed on AL under a different category. OF course, if rebuilding it, then a General Contractor or Builder - Garages and Sheds contractor can do the demo and the rebuild both.

Depends on size, and to a very great extent hauling distance to the landfill and dump fees, which can run from $10/ton on up to as much as $250/ton or even more. In may areas a couple thousand is normal for a 1-2 car detached garage (leaving the foundation/slab) or commonly a thousand or two more complete including backfilling the foundation hole.

[In high disposal cost or long haul areas, might be worth it (if detached and a good distance from the house and powerlines) to see if the local fire department will burnn it down as a fire training exercise - can dramatically reduce the demo/disposal costs.


Of course, if attached then you may have structural framing costs or at least insulation and siding and at least a bit of roofing costs in addition, to turn the previously interior wall into an exterior one - that can commonly run a couple to few thousand $ more in simple cases.

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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