Cabin Demolition

Your cabin has been the family retreat for generations, but over the years it has become run down, and now it’s time for demolition. The Junk Guys are experts in cabin demolition. We will ensure a safe and efficient demolition process. We have the experience and equipment to handle any size cabin demolition project. If you are within a 2-hour drive of Edmonton, The Junk Guys are your best choice for cabin demolition services. Schedule a free estimate today!



Quick Service, Courteous Employees, Fair Price..... This was the 4th time I have used the Junk Guys. I would recommend them for any size job.
John Wywrot
This team does amazing work! We've used them several times for different projects. They are efficient and so pro.
Kari Skelton
First experience with The Junk Guys, very fast and accommodating, prices were inline with other removal services. Highly recommend them.
Trevor Chizen
What a great service. These guys removed our hot tub in less than an hour. I would recommend to anyone.
Kim Smith
I was in need to dispose of 3 tables that were pretty large to carry. A small work out bench, and even a computer chair all for 160. Amazing price and was super quick. Very nice work done and do recommend.
Trustworthy company. Great prices, super reasonable. Unbelievably fast as well. called yesterday for a quote and my stuff is already gone. They are a great business with great customer service. Thanks guys.
Ashley Ann
Great guys... quick, professional and clean.
Senaka Hippola
Thanks again for finishing in the condo today so quickly! Everything was perfect. Our Property Manager assistant said that she was impressed with how clean you left everything. I have already passed along your company's name to my family. My dad says that he will probably use you guys for clearing out stuff from his garage


Alberta does not require specific licenses for cabin demolition. However, demolition contractors may need to have other relevant licenses, such as a business license or environmental permits if hazardous materials are present. It’s advisable to verify current licensing requirements with the Alberta government or relevant local authorities and ensure that any contractors you hire are properly licensed and insured.

In Alberta, the requirement for a permit for cabin demolition can vary depending on the municipality or jurisdiction in which the cabin is located. Generally, many municipalities do require a demolition permit for safety and regulatory purposes. It’s crucial to contact the local municipal office or building department to inquire about specific permit requirements for your demolition project. Failing to obtain the necessary permits can lead to legal and financial consequences.

The process for determining the square footage of a cabin for demolition typically involves measuring the cabin’s exterior dimensions. This is done by measuring each exterior wall’s length and multiplying the length by the corresponding height. For cabins with irregular shapes or multiple levels, each section is measured separately and added together to calculate the total square footage. It’s essential to be accurate in this measurement process, as the square footage directly affects the cost estimation for demolition.

To provide an estimate for a cabin demolition job in Alberta, The Junk Guys typically conduct a site visit. During the visit, they assess the cabin’s size, condition, and any potential challenges, such as environmental hazards or limited access. They will also consider the costs of labor, equipment, permits, and disposal. Based on this assessment, The Junk Guys will provide a detailed estimate that outlines the total cost of the demolition project, usually broken down into labor, equipment, and disposal fees. No one is as affordable and credible as the Junk guys when it comes to demolition jobs.

Several factors influence the price of demolishing a cabin in Alberta. These factors include the cabin’s size, complexity, and location. Additionally, the presence of hazardous materials, such as asbestos or lead-based paint, can significantly increase costs due to specialized removal and disposal requirements. The accessibility of the site and the need for heavy equipment or demolition permits can also affect pricing. Finally, local market conditions, including labor and equipment rates, can vary and impact the overall demolition cost.

To calculate the cost per square foot for cabin demolition in Alberta, you need to divide the total demolition cost by the square footage of the cabin. The formula is as follows:

Cost per Square Foot = Total Demolition Cost / Square Footage of Cabin

For example, if your cabin demolition project costs $10,000 and the cabin has a total square footage of 1,000 square feet, the cost per square foot would be $10,000 / 1,000 = $10 per square foot. However, keep in mind that this is a simplified calculation and may not account for all the variables that can affect demolition costs. It’s advisable to consult with The Junk Guys for a more accurate cost assessment.