demolition services

4 Seasons Demolition specializes in demolition.  We have completed thousands of projects across North and South Carolina.

Our demolition service of structures is carefully done using specialized equipment and skilled personnel. We use our own equipment consisting of excavators with special attachments to meet a variety of demolition projects. This equipment includes an excavator with a high reach boom for multi-story buildings and an excavator with a sheer for processing steel at an industrial plant.We also utilize an excavator with a concrete cracker for structures built of concrete.

The image above shows one of our machines with a hydraulic hammer attachment. It allows us to break large concrete pieces from the demolition into or getting to more manageable sizes. We also have an attachment to pulverize concrete, breaking up the concrete to separate it from the rebar.


Construction projects sometimes require demolition before the site can be developed. Many demolition projects will need excavation whether it is below grade construction, part of the foundation, or the utilities.

Excavations may require additional work such as cutting and capping off water and sewer lines. 4 Seasons Demolition, Inc. holds an unclassified license that includes grading and excavation, and utilities licenses. For more questions about our excavation services, please give us a call at (910) 793-3662, or fill out a contact form.

residential demolition

4 Seasons Demolition provides residential demolition services for single and multi-story houses, apartments, and condos. Our team has the experience and equipment to complete any demolition project swiftly and safely. 4 Seasons Demolition Inc. provides demolition services in North Carolina and South Carolina.

Most residential demolition projects require an excavator equipped with a hydraulic thumb. Using an excavator provides necessary strength and precision to demolish and load the debris quickly and safely without damage to structures in close proximity.

Our demolition service in North Carolina and South Carolina is always completed with professionalism in mind and we work to ensure the safety of workers, people, and surroundings.

commercial & industrial demolition

Commercial demolition requires extensive preparation such as asbestos surveying and abatement, state and local permitting, locating and disconnection of utilities, closure of sidewalks and streets, temporary fencing, etc. 4 Seasons Demolition Inc. has successfully completed thousands of demolition projects and has a thorough understanding of the process. Many of our commercial/industrial building demolitions completed in the past are showcased in our gallery.

recycling "go green"

In an effort to divert waste from landfills, we recycle as much demolition debris as possible. The recycling of materials is common practice with 4 Seasons Demolition. Concrete, brick, and block are crushed and used as road base. Asphalt is crushed and mixed in with new asphalt for use in paving roads. Unpainted wood and vegetation are ground into mulch. Steel and metal are recycled at local scrap yards for use in manufacturing.

land grading

Erosion control, land grading, compaction, and vegetation services typically follow a demolition project completion. 4 Seasons Demolition will ensure that the demolition job is completed with all the necessary finishing touches.

asbestos removal

A qualified and professional team with proper licensing for asbestos removal or asbestos abatement is available. Asbestos abatement is a task, which requires the utmost care and proper handling. 4 Seasons Demolition ensures that all hazardous or contaminated materials have been removed and permitting is in place before demolition begins.

Many older buildings used asbestos as a form of insulation and harmful effects weren’t discovered until years after. When disturbed, asbestos particles can become airborne and cause serious health effects. State law requires that, before demolition projects get underway, an asbestos survey be performed to determine if asbestos is present. By law, abatement must be done by a team of professionals with proper licensing.