In Ferndale, Michigan, a 1,000 sq. ft. wood home with asbestos was demolished and returned to grade for a final cost of $10,000.
That averages out to $10 per square foot.On a larger scale, a 15,000 sq. ft. fire-damaged home in Culver City, California w as demolished for a final cost of $75,000.
This averages out to about $5 per square foot.
A few more examples are outlined below…
Dallas, TX – A 900 sq. ft. wood home was demolished for a cost of $3,000, which is about $3.30 per sq. ft.
Bayview, SC – A 1-story, 1000 sq. ft. cottage with no foundation and vinyl siding was demolished for $6,500.
Fayetteville, NC – A 2,500 sq. ft. single-story fire-damaged home was demolished for a final cost of $9,000 or $3.60 per sq. ft.
Concrete removal costs about $2 – $6 per square foot, but this may vary depending on the complexity of the project, how easy the concrete is to access with equipment, location, and the demolition expert you hire.