Concrete Removal Service

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Affordable Concrete Removal Service in Raleigh

Removing concrete can be a painstaking project, especially for DIYers. Since it is easy to injure yourself or damage your property, it would be best to leave the job to the pros.

When you leave the job to the professionals, no project is too big or too small.

From residential to commercial removals, our crew is prepared with the training, skills, and experience to get the job done.

If you are in the middle of a renovation or construction project, contact our local team today for assistance.

Who can benefit from our services?

“Concrete disposal can be a challenge because you can’t just dump it anywhere.”

Breaking and concrete removal can be difficult. Since the material is very sturdy and durable, taking it down can take a while, especially if you do not have the tools and knowledge.

Because of the challenge and hazards removing concrete may pose, we are here to handle the job for you. Our services will be beneficial if:

1.     You need to build a new structure

Do you have an old concrete structure or surface on your property that needs to be removed before you can construct a new one?

If you are in this situation, our crew can definitely assist you. Concrete removals are not usually a one-man job due to their mass. With our equipment and skills, you will be able to start that new project in no time.

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2.     You need to repair a certain surface or structure

Do you have a failing retaining wall, foundation, or building made of concrete?

In this case, our expert team will go to your property and assess the situation. As much as possible, you should avoid taking down structures on your own such as concrete walls as they may be load-bearing. Doing this will certainly result in issues with the integrity of your building.

3.     You need to enhance an existing structure

Do you want to renovate or boost the appeal of your existing building?

As we all know, concrete can be a good addition to your property. However, if they are not your style or you just want to use another material, we can certainly help break them down for you to start your reno project.

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Our services

We specialize in the following:

Concrete Breaking Services

Our expert team will efficiently demolish concrete slabs, surfaces, and structures according to your needs. Whether it is for partial or total demolition work, you will know that we handle all our projects with the utmost care, patience, and skill.

Concrete Removal Services

Our expert team will effectively remove all the concrete debris and material from your property. Although they can weigh a few tons, best believe that we will get them out of your way the soonest time possible.

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Frequently Asked Questions

“Can I remove concrete myself?”

Yes, you can absolutely remove concrete on your own. However, if you are not confident with your skills or do not have the required equipment, feel free to get in touch with our crew.

Since there are a lot of dangers that may take place with concrete removals, obtaining a permit may be essential in some types of projects. According to the Concrete Network, a permit will be especially required if the removal includes “stand-alone concrete structures such as sidewalks, seawalls, or other concrete walls.” (1) Hiring our professional removers will allow you to just sit back and wait for the work to be complete.

“How long does it take to remove concrete?”

Depending on the project, it would take us an average of 4 to 8 hours to remove a concrete surface. Of course, the bigger the scale of the work is, the longer it will take to complete.

“What are the tools or equipment you use?”

There are many types of tools and equipment we use in every project.  For protection, we use a variety of safety gear such as glasses, gloves, helmets, earplugs, boots, and vests.

For manual concrete removal, we use wheelbarrows, hammers, shovels, buckets, and more.  When it comes to specialty tools, we use power saws, jackhammers, polishers, grinders, groovers, and more.

In a situation where an entire concrete structure needs to be taken down, we will operate a certain type of heavy machinery.

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“How much will concrete removal cost?”

The costs of concrete removal will depend on many factors. On average, removing pieces of the concrete slab could be around $600 to $2,000. The bigger the size of the structure of the surface is, the higher will be the expenses.

Aside from its dimensions, here are the things that would affect how much you will pay:

  1. Difficulty

If the project is complex, this would also mean that our skilled workers will need the help of various types of equipment.

2. Accessibility

Transporting our tools and machines takes a lot of resources to do. Hence, if your area is not easy to access, we may charge a bit higher than our usual rates.

3. Waste disposal

Depending on the available options, we may recycle or haul the debris off your property.

What Our Clients Say About Our Work

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Get help from the concrete removal experts in Raleigh

For many years since we started, we are extremely grateful to serve a number of clients in Raleigh, North Carolina.

If you need to remove the concrete debris lying around your residential or commercial property, call us today. We know how difficult it is to have your project stalled due to the concrete materials not being taken care of once the demolition job is complete.

For more information about our other services, talk to our team. We will always be happy to be of service.

References

  1. Concrete Demolition Methods & Equipment | Concrete Network

https://www.concretenetwork.com/concrete/demolition/