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ellishughtiger
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dilapidated home removal on North Shore
Looking for recommendations of a company that will come in and remove a dilapidated house that once stood on my property in Covington?

A large tree fell on the small home during Katrina and we haven’t touched the land since then. We just recently started clearing out the road that ran through the land and want to build another structure where the house once stood. The area is heavily wooded with pines and hardwoods so burning the old house down is out of the question. I don’t have the time to do this myself plus there are some huge snakes and other creatures probably living in there I want nothing to do with.

Anyone have a rough estimate on what someone will charge to come in with a bulldozer and haul off the house from our property?
This post was edited on 6/12 at 1:07 am


skinny domino
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re: dilapidated home removal on North Shore
Larry Delatte east side of Ponchatoula 985-386-6110.


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keakar
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re: dilapidated home removal on North Shore
you can rent a backhoe for the weekend for $250 and get a dumpster delivered to the site to put it all in

you can do this yourself if you or your friends can drive a backhoe, if not then usually the rental company guy will make a deal with you to do it for you on his own time
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ellishughtiger
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re: dilapidated home removal on North Shore
I’m looking for someone to do it all for me. I’ll give Larry a call.

I remember after Katrina public works in Nola were tearing down old blighted homes. Does St. Tammany Parish do this.


keakar
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re: dilapidated home removal on North Shore
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I’m looking for someone to do it all for me. I’ll give Larry a call.


i hear ya and totally understand the turn key job mentality

something like this is just something i would rather do myself then having a bunch of mexicans who cant speak english (or pretend not to) to do a half assed job of it and you are still stuck clearing the lot of nails and debris after


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