Company FAQs.

Yes. Demo Diva started in 2006 to provide demolition following Hurricane Katrina so the New Orleans area could start to rebuild.
The origin of Demo Diva starts with our founder, Simone Bruni, feeling like she wasn’t taken seriously by contractors as a woman homeowner, so the company’s name supports female empowerment and stands out amongst the sea of blandness in the Construction industry.
No. We have several male team members.
Absolutely not. We pride ourselves on our customer service, which you can read about in our reviews.
Sort of. Demo Diva was founded by a woman, Simone Bruni, but she isn’t much of a “diva”. You’ll regularly find Simone in boots and jeans on jobsites sharing her expertise and estimating complex demolition projects.
6246 Memphis St, New Orleans, LA 70124
No, but you never know…

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Demolition FAQs.

Yes. Louisiana Commercial Contractors License #48724
No. Demo Diva offers industrial and commercial demolition and has years of experience in those markets.
Yes, that’s part of our tag line of “Takin’ Down to the Dirt”. We wouldn’t leave you with a slab unless you wanted us to do so.
We primarily work in Southeast Louisiana (New Orleans, Metairie, Baton Rouge, Houma) and we’ve expanded our services across the Gulf Coast to Pensacola, Mobile, Biloxi, and Lafayette. We’ve successfully completed large, complex commercial, industrial, and government demolition projects in Shreveport, Grand Isle, and Houma.

Dumpster FAQs.

15 yard = 8 ft x 3.5 ft x 14 ft
20 yard = 8 ft x 4.5 ft x 16 ft
30 yard = 8ft x 5 ft x 22 ft
40 yard = 8 ft x 6.5 ft x 22 ft
Southeast Louisiana including Metro New Orleans, East Bank of Jefferson Parish, West Bank of Jefferson Parish, St. Bernard Parish, Plaquemines Parish, St. Charles Parish, St. James Parish, Terrebonne Parish, Lafourche Parish, Ascension Parish, and Baton Rouge.
To stand out. Why make life more boring?
No. We’ve had homeowners tell us their HOA prefers our dumpsters because they look nicer and because we work with the homeowner to place the dumpster within the guidelines of the city, parish/county, or HOA.
If you really want to.