Best Winder Demolition Contractor
The Best Demolition and Grading Contractor in Winder
Looking for the top demolition company in Winder, Georgia that you can count on? Southern Classic is the best, knowledgeable, reliable, and affordable demolition contractors in the Winder area. Southern Classic has over 20 years of experience in demolition. Choosing a demolition company in Winder that is fully insured and licensed to perform your demolition job will save time and money.
What are some specific demolition projects needed in Winder?
- Commercial Demolition in Winder
- Residential Demolition in Winder
- Swimming Pool Removal in Winder
- Concrete Demolition in Winder
- House Demolition in Winder
- Barn Demolition
- Mobile House Demolition in Winder
What does it cost to demolish a house in Winder?
Demolishing a 1,500 square foot house costs an average of $18,000, running from $4 - $15 per sq. ft. Depending on the materials and location in Winder, it could range from $5,000 to $25,000. So your safest beat is to give us a call at: 770-685-0288 and provide us with a few details.
What determines the final demolition cost? The biggest factor is size. Most companies charge by the sq. ft., averaging $4 - $15 per sq. ft.
What is the average cost to demolish a house in the Winder Are?
Per house, you can expect to pay:
1,500 sq. ft. : $5,800 - $21,500
3,000 sq. ft. : $11,900 - $44,700
4,500 sq. ft. : $17,800 - $67,700
What are Cost Factors that may effect my final cost for demolition?
Not just the home size, but two factors affect the price:
1. Location and Access - It costs less to work in open area with large machines. In a city or hard to reach area, the cost will be more.
2. Materials of the Winder Home - A solid brick house can run three times more to tear down than a wooden one.
A demolition contractor in Winder, Georgia says: "A major factor in 90% of demolition cases is access, access, access. Proximity to adjacent structures can make it harder to get into the area, the more it'll cost and the longer it will take." That means a demolition project in down town Winder will cost more than the same building being demolished just a few miles away.
Other factors that will add to the cost include:
- Winder Foundation removal - $1,000 - $12,000 based on size
- Site grading for the Winder are - $.50 to $1 per sq. ft.
- Asbestos removal - $200 - $700 per house plus inspection
- Lead paint removal if needed - $8 - $15 per sq. ft.
- It could cost as much as $5000 to pump and haul off a septic tank
How do prices compare for total or partial demolition?
Total Demolition in Winder: $3,000 - $25,000. This is the cheapest. Removes entire house leaving nothing but the foundation.
What is the cost to remove a driveway in Winder?
The national average to demolish a concrete drive is $1,500 to $5,000. Factors that affect pricing is the width, depth, and length of the concrete. Removing a driveway requires breaking up the concrete or asphalt, hauling debris away, paying the dump fee, and leveling the site.
What does it cost to remove a mobile home from my Winder lot?
It depends on the size, materials and content, as well as where in Winder the mobile home is located, but most experts estimate around $5-10 per sq. ft. Large steel beams under the mobile home require heavy equipment to remove from your Winder lot. Attached structures porches, decks and other items would be an additional cost.
How much does it cost to demolish a garage in the Winder area?
The average runs about $2 - 5 per sq. ft. For a 750 sq. ft. This total cost would be around $1,500 - 3,750. Prices vary due to materials and location. To remove an 'attached garage' in Winder would of course be a higher cost due to needing to install gutters and siding on the newly exposed side of the home.
How much does it cost to demolish a barn or chicken house?
It depends on the size, materials and content, but most experts estimate around $5 - 10 per sq. ft.
How will my property look when job is done?
Many demo contractors leave the site looking like a tornado just left it. State and Local authorities mandate basic erosion control and require grassing the site before leaving. Make sure this is included in the contractor's bid. At Southern Classic Excavation, we take pride in addressing all such concerns before the project is started.
How much are permits and local fees?
Pricing for permits and fees depends on your Winder area, with some as little as $50, and big cities upwards of $10,000. This can be built into your quoted bid. We will also address this aspect of the project.
How should I chose a demolition contractor?
Southern Classic Excavation & Horse Arenas recommends:
"Make sure you hire a licensed and insured company that knows what they're doing, because every job is different. Get a comprehensive bid before agreeing to your Winder Demolition project."
Some hiring tips:
Get several quotes with full listings of all prices
Have a full survey to know your boundary lines of your Winder Project
Get referrals from past demolition jobs they have done
Request a start date and estimated completion date
Once you have clear idea of the project, make sure there are plans for the site after the project. Good demo contractors will use these cues to plan their removal process.
Remember you won't be saving a lot of money by removing things yourself. Our pricing is by square footage. We assume a certain amount of debris associated with every square foot. Leave tearing out the floors and knocking walls down to us. It's already factored into the price.
For your safety, if you want to get it done right, call the professionals at Southern Classic Excavation.
Want to get an estimate on your next demolition project in Winder? Call us at: 770-685-0288
What needs to be done before any demolition takes place?
SITE PREPARATIONS BEFORE DEMOLITION
Whether demolishing all or part of a building, it's vitally important that the property owner has contacted in advance the gas, water, cable and electric companies to disconnect their services - not just at the house - but all the way out to the street. Be specific with the gas company that they need to shut off their service down in the ground by the street. This will avoid liability down the road.
Once demolition begins, neither the property owner or anyone else is allowed on the site due to the possibility of injury. Anything you want preserved needs to be removed before the equipment comes on site.