Q. Do I need to pull my own permit or will Holton, Inc. do that for me?
A. No, you do not need to pull any permit. The cost for our staff to do that is included in our price.
Q. Do I need to call the utility companies to have the utilities disconnected before demolition?
A. No, you do not need to call to have the utilities disconnected, but you will need to call to have the utilities shut off and you will need to pay the final bill and close the account before we can proceed with the demolition.
Q. Do I need to call 1-800-BEFOREYOUDIG or 811?
A. No, we have our own account with 811 and it is required that the contractor call when doing the project.
Q. Do I have to have a building checked and abated for asbestos before it is demolished?
A. There are many facets to asbestos abatement. Please call our office at (330) 824-2865 so that we can further discuss your specific project.
Q. Do you take credit cards?
A. Yes, we take VISA, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
Q. Do estimates cost anything?
A. No, there is no cost for us to look at your project and give you an estimate.
Q. Are you licensed, bonded and insured?
A. Yes, we are licensed in each town and county that we do work in. We are also bonded and insured. We can provide copies of these documents upon request.
Q. Are you locally owned?
A. Yes, we are a family company and the owners also live in Lordstown, OH.
Q. How far will you travel to do a job?
A. We will do work within multiple counties including Trumbull, Mahoning, Columbiana, Ashtabula, Portage and Stark. We are not limited to those counties and we evaluate each job on a case-by-case basis.
Q. Do you only do residential work?
A. No, we are suited to do commercial work and have performed numerous commercial-grade jobs.
Q. How long is an estimate good for?
A. 30 days. Due to increasing costs of supplies, we have to keep our prices current.
Q. Can you give me an estimate over the phone?
A. No, in order to give you the most accurate price for your project, we need to evaluate it in person. This is also a way to keep your cost down.