Excavation and Compaction Services
- Excavation and Compaction Company
- Excavation and Compaction Services
- Excavation and Compaction Contractor
- Demolition jobs frequently also involve some excavation
- Using a single contractor for both your demolition and excavation needs saves money
- Using an excavation contractor who also does demolition saves time
- A demolition contractor is already familiar with your job site and excavation needs; this reduces errors and mistakes
- Site Clearing
- Site Preparation
- Debris Removal
- Basement Excavation
- General Excavating
- Swimming Pool Excavation
- Foundation excavation
- Trench Excavation
- Septic System Excavation
Deconstruction Pro. provides excavation services along with demolition services. Deconstruction Pro is an expert excavation contractor with years of experience in the field. Deconstruction Pro can help with your next excavation project, whether it is commercial or residential, big or small.
Why Choose a Demolition Contractor for Your Excavation Contractor?
Demolition and excavation frequently go hand in hand. Most demolition jobs will require an excavation contractor at some point. For instance, the goal of a house demolition is usually to replace the demolished house with a new house, so using a demolition contractor to prepare the site for the new home saves both time and money. Some reasons to hire your demolition contractor to also be your excavation contractor:
Excavation Contractors Frequently Asked Questions
1. What Does an Excavation Contractor Do?
An excavation contractor prepares a site for further construction. Excavation contractors use heavy equipment like backhoes and bulldozers to quickly clear a site and dig the right kind of hole. Excavation contractors like Deconstruction Pro specialize in:
2. How Much Does an Excavation Contractor Cost?
The cost of a particular excavation job varies widely from job to job. Cost also depends on what additional services you need for your particular job site. Combining, for instance, house demolition with excavation may actually reduce your overall costs and be cheaper in the long run than using a separate demolition contractor and excavation contractor.
Call Deconstruction Pro. at (888) 666-8808 to arrange an accurate estimate of your excavation job.
3. Does Excavation Require a Permit?
Whether you will need a permit for an excavation depends largely on what type of excavation you need and in what city you live. In most cases, any type of construction or excavation will require some type of building permit. Call your local city building code office to see if you need a permit.
Deconstruction Pro. can also advise you on proper construction and building permits for your area.
4. How Do I Choose an Excavation Contractor?
Excavation is more than just digging holes in the ground. Excavation contractors need to be skilled at charting and mapping what is underground, like water lines and gas lines. A skilled excavation contractor can spare you the expense and consequences of broken pipelines while speeding up your construction project by days.
Deconstruction Pro. has years of expertise in excavation and demolitions.