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Question DetailsAsked on 9/7/2012

How do I find someone to remove my deck and haul away the lumber?

Remove deck and put down sod.

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This type of contracting work should be mostly straighforward and in a majority of applications, not require and permits or inspections via the local government.

Any contractor that has just the slightest bit of sense should be able to navigate this process safely and without issue.

One contractor with some skills and a few helpers for the heavy lifting could knock this out pretty simply and how long would be determined by how large the deck it.

I would maybe start with a decking contractor and see what they have to say first. Even though they will be a bit more "specialized" and probably a bit more expensive than your handyman, they should be able to ensure that there will be no damage to the home in the process.

I am not sure they would handle the sod and that might be better suited for a landscaper. Those are two relatively specialized trades so finding one contractor to do both might be difficult.

Best of Luck,


Answered 8 years ago by Windows on Washingto


It depends on where you live...I'm in Utah County, Utah and have had
the local boyscouts rip mine down...

Answered 8 years ago by SirStephen


There are quite a few categories of businesses that could help you with your demo and landscaping project. For the deck demo, I would suggest checking for deck installers, handymen, remodelers and/or hauling companies. For the sod installation portion, I would recommend a lanscaping company or a lawn & yard work providers.

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Answered 8 years ago by JP

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