Commercial Demolition, Greensboro, NC

Home > Demolition, Greensboro, NC > Building Demolition, Greensboro, NC > Commercial Demolition, Greensboro, NC

When we take on a commercial demolition job, we make sure to follow every necessary step.

Building a new office space or commercial structure is an exciting process, but it’s important to follow the proper steps to make sure everything is handled correctly. The first step in any construction job is demolishing the existing building on the lot. You might be removing a commercial building that is condemned or no longer useable, which should be handled by a skilled professional for safety. At Double D Construction Services, Inc., we can take care of commercial demolition jobs of all sizes. We will remove existing structures on lots located in and near Greensboro, North Carolina.

Commercial Demolition in Greensboro, North Carolina

When we take on a commercial demolition job, we make sure to follow every necessary step. We start by assessing the site and come up with a plan to demolish the building. From there, we will provide a detailed proposal that includes all necessary fees for the landfill, where we will dispose of the refuse from the job, and any permits required by the local government in your area. This proposal and invoice will also break down the individual costs of each step in the demolition process, so you’ll know exactly what to expect.

After we complete the commercial demolition, the final step is clearing all debris from the site. We won’t leave piles of trash and litter for you to deal with; instead, we make sure the lot is ready for the next phase of construction. Our team members will also seed and straw the area. If you have a building to demolish on your commercial site, contact the experts at Double D Construction Services, Inc.

At Double D Construction Services, Inc., we offer commercial demolition services in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point, Clemmons, Mocksville, Salisbury, Boone, Mount Airy, Asheboro, Concord, Raleigh, North Wilkesboro, Lexington, Thomasville, Charlotte, and Hickory, North Carolina.