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Question DetailsAsked on 4/14/2016

Who should I call to remove a garage that is falling down?

The roof is half gone already and it is not structurally sound. There are some items in the garage but not much. Being held up by three maple saplings.

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Demolition is not an Angies List category, but that would be the google/yellow pages category. You could make a list from there, then cross-check on Angies List to see which companies have ratings/reviews on AL. Some General Contractors will also do this tuype of work - especially if combined with rebuilding a new garage on the foundation. Ditto to Builders - Garages and Sheds.

Bear in mind if old, the siding or insulation may be asbestos containing and should be officially tested - and if asbestos containing, the demolition should be by a licensed asbestos abatement company. Ditto to proper handling of any asbestos insulated furnace/boiler, and of lead painted materials.

Note you will need a permit in most areas even for demo - and there may be restrictions on leaving the foundation if not planning on rebuilding.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD

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