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Best Demolition Contractors in Dallas, TX

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Forney, TX 75126 Rating

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4.6 (10)

Why choose this provider?

WreckHouse Demolition is family-owned-and-operated demolition company that serves residential and commercial clients throughout Texas. Located in Forney, Texas, WreckHouse Demolition boasts more than 20 years of combined experience and is fully licensed, bonded, and insured. In addition to complete structural and interior demolition projects, WreckHouse Demolition also completes excavation, land clearing, and concrete removal jobs.

Dallas, TX 75220 Rating

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4.5 (17)
3.5 (3)

Why choose this provider?

Associated Concrete Cutting, Inc. is a full-service indoor/outdoor concrete cutting and replacement company serving the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area. Founded in 1993, Associated Concrete Cutting, Inc. has grown to offer demolition, core drilling, and concrete replacement services. Associated Concrete Cutting, Inc. is a member of the Concrete Sawing and Drilling Association and Better Business Bureau and can handle residential and commercial projects of any size with minimal disruption.

Frisco, TX 75035

Why choose this provider?

Andregg Contracting, Inc. offers a full range of general contracting and demolition services for homeowners throughout the Dallas metro area from its Frisco, Texas, office. Established in 1994, Andregg Contracting, Inc. was founded by a husband-and-wife team dedicated to providing a more personal approach to building or remodeling homes. Andregg Contracting, Inc. is a member of the National Association of the Remodeling Industry and specializes in designing custom homes, exterior and interior updates or remodelings, room additions, excavations, and demolition services.

Irving, TX 75060 Rating

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4.5 (53)
5.0 (1)

Why choose this provider?

Lindamood Demolition is a demolition, implosion, and hauling company that serves residential and commercial clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area. Founded in 1974, Lindamood Demolition is based out of Irving, Texas, and boasts a long history of customer satisfaction after completing projects in a safe, affordable, and timely manner. Lindamood Demolition strives to protect the environment by employing "green" programs and practices in all demolition, tree removal, and mulching projects.

Crandall, TX 75114 Rating

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4.3 (6)

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Holton Houston Builders Inc. is a full-service demolition, excavation, and construction company serving industrial, commercial and residential clients throughout Texas. Located in Crandall, Texas, Holton Houston Builders Inc. is family-owned and boasts more than 30 years of experience. Fully bonded and insured, Holton Houston Builders Inc. strives to complete each demolition or construction project safely, on time, and within budget. Other services offered include land clearing, grading, site preparation, and disaster clean-up.

1200 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX 75202 Rating

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5.0 (26)
4.5 (13)

Why choose this provider?

Dallas Demolition is a family-operated and family-owned company that has been serving commercial, industrial, and residential property owners for over 50 years. It offers various demolition services, such as recycling metals, underground storage tank removal, high-rise dismantling, asbestos abatement, and asset recovery. It utilizes hydraulic excavators with multiple attachments, like grapples and hydraulic shears, to knock down structures in a controlled manner. Dallas Demolition has accomplished over 20,000 projects and destroyed single-family residences, smoke stacks, and industrial plants. It also handles plant decommissioning and soil remediation.

Rockwall, TX 75032

Why choose this provider?

Whole Environmental Demolition is a demolition, hazardous substance remediation, and irrigation company that serves clients throughout the greater Dallas metro area. Based out of Rockwall, Texas, Whole Environmental Demolition boasts more than 10 years of experience and strives to be environmentally-conscious on every project. Whole Environmental Demolition is certified by the HUB and NCTRCA, is licensed in lead, mold, and asbestos abatement, and always recycles what waste it can.

Dallas, TX 75229 Rating

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4.6 (38)
5.0 (20)

Why choose this provider?

Southwest Construction Services is a Dallas-based business that was founded in 1993. Through its division, Southwest Demolition Services, the company helps commercial clients with their demolition projects, whether interior, exterior, or selective. The team has a self-contained fleet of trucks equipped with GPS tracking, helping make the job dispatching process efficient. It provides solutions at every phase of the job, from demolition to debris removal and haul-off. Other services include concrete waterproofing, polishing, and restoration.

Compare our Top Demolition Contractors

NameExpertise RatingAddressPromotionsLearn more
WreckHouse Demolition
Associated Concrete Cutting, Inc.
Andregg Contracting, Inc.
Lindamood Demolition
Holton Houston Builders Inc.
Dallas Demolition
1200 Ross Ave., Dallas, TX 75202
Whole Environmental Demolition
Southwest Construction Services


  • Introduction

    If you’re in the process of rebuilding or renovating,  at one point you may require demolition services. You can hire demolition services for residential or commercial buildings, and no job is too big or too small. Many demolition companies also offer waste management services, so they can handle hauling away the debris, leaving you with a clean, empty space.

    When hiring demolition services, you want to work with professional, reputable people. If you’re doing selective demolition (only removing one area of a building) or asbestos removal, you want to ensure a thorough and complete job is done. Review the questions and answers below so you can make a more informed decision when hiring a demolition contractor.
  • What is demolition?

    Demolition is the process of knocking down property or structures to clear space on the land. The process is done safely, using science and engineering concepts to ensure an area is cleared without leaving anything dangerous around, such as exposed wires, a weak foundation, holes, etc..

  • How are demolition jobs quoted?

    Typically, demolition jobs are quoted based on the square footage of the building. The national average for commercial demolition ranges between $4-$8 per square foot. The price per square foot typically goes down as the total square footage rises. This pricing doesn’t include additional services, such as waste management.

  • Do you need a license to do demolition?

    Demolition requirements vary by state, county, and local municipality. Depending on your location, some companies will be required to have a license. Additionally, some areas require individual demolition permits or licenses to be pulled for each job site on behalf of the client.

  • What is a demolition engineer?

    A demolition engineer is a specialist in clearing areas safely without endangering people, nearby objects, the land, or the remaining building. They may use explosives to demolish buildings, identify how to open a new area for mining, and understand how to remove large obstacles in construction areas. Most demolition engineers are high school graduates who learned their skills on the job.

  • How do you become a demolition expert?

    Most demolition experts are trained on the job, typically by following an experienced professional for a couple of months to a year. Some individuals may choose to complete training provided by vocational schools, contractor associations, or labor unions. However, in this profession, hands-on experience is the most valuable.

  • How do you bid on demolition work?

    There are two options for bidding on demolition work. First, you can work under a parent company that does the bidding for you and gives you regular contracts while taking a small cut. Otherwise, you can be an individual contractor, find your local bidding sites, and place  individual bids. Demolition projects always go to the lowest bidder.