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Demolition Estimate

We Offer a Fair and Transparent Building Demolition Estimate

You don’t start a project without having a clear understanding of the cost. This applies to demolition jobs. Clients are concerned about getting a demolition estimate for their projects. The Murray Demolition professionals are on hand to assist you get the best price. There are a number of factors that determine demolition ratings.

  • Type of demolition required (Partial or complete teardown)
  • Location (residential, commercial or industrial)
  • Site Preparation
  • Hazardous material and asbestos
  • Permits
  • Complexity and size of project
  • Site Repair/Land remediation

These factors will influence the building demolition estimate. The demolition rating is calculated per square foot and the minimum charge per square foot averages around $4.

How Murray Demolition Comes Up With a Demolition Estimate

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We will have a seat down with you and talk about the project that you want to undertake. When we have extracted the information we want we will send a team on-site to do surveys so that we have a more detailed picture before we start charging you.  We will consider the following:

  • Do you have a pool?
  • Do you have chimney
  • Do you want the foundation removed?
  • Are we doing interior demolition?
  • Is there machinery?

We want to be thorough and hand you a conclusive estimate. We don’t want to come back to you during the project and inform you that we didn’t factor an activity into our building demolition rating.

Knowing the square footage, the number of workers need, the type of equipment required and a rough idea of the time it will take us to complete the project will enable us to have a ballpark demolition estimate.

When we have a clear picture we will prepare a demolition estimate that covers every cost including travel, debris removal and insurance costs. If you approve the project we can begin working.

You Don’t Need the Surprise of Hidden Charges Ruining Your Day

Call Murray Demolition and get a building demolition estimate today. We have an excellent team that will make this process a breeze. You don’t need to scratch your eyes out trying to compute the figures. We will show you exactly what you need to pay and each costing is transparently presented for your appraisal.

Get a demolition estimate today on 312-410-8314.


asbestos safely removed and the hazards eliminated

Samples were taken throughout the building

seal off the affected areas and prep the site for asbestos removal

Indoor areas were sealed off so that negative air pressure could be maintained, effectively isolating the asbestos fibers and ensuring that they could not escape into the rest of the building

Specialized asbestos containment vacuums were used to trap and safely remove airborne particles or asbestos dust

The remaining asbestos was carefully lifted, sealed and removed for proper disposal.

licensed asbestos workers

- save removal

- hazards elimination

sitework for new construction.

clearing the site and installing several underground and above ground structures

prepare a stable and level foundation

we will provide you with a level base or the precise slope that you require for your project.

ensure a proper foundation for later development

soil remediation and sitework

contaminated soil service

quickly and efficiently remove the contaminated soil to allow construction to continue as planned.

oil, kerosene, solvents, pesticides, semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC), phenols, nitrates and toxic metals


armed with an arsenal of modern cutting edge equipment

fleet of equipment

recycling of salvageable materials

recycling services for all construction materials including asphalt

In-house Project Management and Design Teams that are seasoned and experienced, with the ability to fast track and schedule out our projects

mitigating noise and dust concerns

Our professional team is equipped and trained to minimize the inconvenience to residential communities.

dust free requirement

For the safety of the community children and to contend with heavy traffic, the project demanded dust free demolition.

daily safety meetings at all of our construction sites, keeping our equipment up to date and well maintained, and making sure that our people properly trained.

enforcement of Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) safety guidelines

We know it is important to constantly remind our employees about safe procedures, and to keep them informed about the work that will be going on each day.

Our employees are constantly trained in jobsite safety procedures, including the proper use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), equipment safety, restricted areas, clean working environments, energy safety and fall protection.

Our employees are trained and encouraged to speak out and resolve safety issues as soon as they arise.

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