HZ&J Has the Top Demolition Contractors and More!

If you’re looking to do a major renovation to your home you’ll want to hire demolition contractors. Most people end up so preoccupied with the actual renovation they don’t consider all the things that have to be dismantled and removed during construction. People also tend to think demolition is easy and that anybody can do it, but it’s a bit more complicated than that. That’s why HZ&J Services is here to help you understand what to look out for and why you need to do so. We have over twenty years of experience working in demolition services, roofing, debris, removal and more.


We’re experts in demolition services, asbestos removal, debris removal, land clearing, roll-off container services (to know more of all the services we offer, Please see Dumpster Service).

Our demolition contractors are professionals overbid at safely removing contaminants and unnecessary waste products, and disposing of them properly also leaving prepared construction sites. We have the experience, equipment, and tools needed to demolish structures quickly and efficiently. No job is too big or too small. Whether you’re in need of commercial demolition services to totally strip the inside of an office building, or you simply need to tear down an old yard shed, HZ Dumpster & Demolition Services is here to help. Consider us your go-to service provider for both interior and exterior demolition work.

Tips For Hiring a Demolition Contractor

Different companies specialize in different forms of demolition. Examples include asbestos removal, debris removal, land clearing, and roll-off container services to name just a few. Some companies like Skyline Roofing Group have expertise in all of these, but others may only be efficient at doing one of two types. You should always know what kind of service you need and whether the company you’re looking to hire is well experienced in it. Hiring a company that has never worked in a specific area can lead to mistakes being made and extra costs.
Be On-Site When They’re Working
Not every company will require you to be on-site during the job and it may be more convenient for you not to be there, but we always recommend being on-site when work is done or if you’re a business having a trusted employee there. While most companies would never do this, some may try to procrastinate or milk their work to make it last longer so they can get paid more. By having someone on-site at all times to oversee that the work is always running smoothly you don’t have to worry about this.
One of the most important things you need to check before hiring any company is to make sure they’re insured. If they damage something on your property or someone is injured, you don’t want to be responsible for paying the bills. Of course, you can try and sue the company and take them to court, but it can take years to go through the court system and it will likely be incredibly expensive. In the end, even if you win you may still end up still losing a lot of money and you will definitely lose a lot of time.
Get Quotes
It’s always a good idea to get quotes from several different contractors before you make your final choice. This way you can get an average price and have leeway to negotiate. That said you should never just go with the cheapest option because usually it’s cheaper for a reason and that reason is rarely good.
Vet the Company
It’s also a good rule of thumb to vet any company you consider hiring to make sure they’re a company you can trust. To do this, check online reviews, make sure they present themselves professionally, and that they meet all your standards. Obviously, if they have a lot of bad reviews that’s a red flag, same thing if they don’t act professionally. Not being professional can mean being late for a meeting, taking a long time to return calls, and forgetting information about your project. Another good idea is to check their website. Is it old and outdated? All of these can serve as clues to how a company’s work ethic may be and what they’ll be like on-site.


We are located in Seminole County and serve the entire Orlando, Florida, area and we endeavor to be the best in the industry covering all your home, office, industrial, or governmental needs. Contact HZ&J Services today, we can help! Our motto of striving to give our customers what they want, when they want it while using the best materials available has led us to become one of the best demolition contractors in all of Florida.

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