Austin Demolition from Dirty Work

Posted: March 18, 2014 in Austin Demolition Services
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Austin demolition

Dirty Work has been providing selective demolition of both interior and exterior surfaces, deconstruction and full structure demolition services to Austin-area residents for the past decade. Over the years, we’ve had the chance to help hundreds of Austin residents with both their residential and commercial projects.

With all this experience behind us, we can pretty much guarantee that one of the experts on our team will know exactly how to meet your project goals – in both an efficient and affordable way.

In fact, one of our owners is the president of the National Association of Remodelers Institute. He also has vendor membership in the CB-USA Austin chapter. By participating in these organizations, we’re able to stay up to date on remodeling trends and how they’ll affect our clients’ needs.

In addition, our demolition team is headed by a fully trained carpenter with years of experience.

So whether it’s a delicate interior project in need of prep work or a messy and noisy exterior project, our demolition team will know exactly how to handle it!

When you hire Dirty Work to handle your demolition jobs, we’ll also handle everything from the prep work to the trash removal. Because we also offer trash removal and waste management services, we can guarantee that all the waste from your job site will be disposed of properly — by recycling.

So if you’re looking for a one-stop-shop for all your demolition needs, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter or Google+, email us at or call us at 512-328-3698 for a free quote.


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