Concrete Demolition in Gardendale, AL

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Lamar Moore Excavating - demolition contractor

Lamar Moore Excavating

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9765 Silley Dean Rd, Pinson AL 35126

Lamar Moore Excavating can break up and remove virtually any size of concrete or asphalt slab.  We've provided expert demolition and excavation services since 1975, so we have the experience and equipment to handle any project efficiently and safely.

Serving Gardendale, AL

Carcel & G Construction provides solid project management and accurate demolition and construction practices. We specializes in demolition, clearing, grubbing, drainage systems, grading, and retaining walls. 

2109 Avenue C, Birmingham AL 35218

Established in 1974, Birmingham Backhoe & Excavating, LLC has more than 40 years of experience serving residential and commercial customers. They know what it takes to meet all your demolition and excavation needs—no matter how big or complex.

3448 Forestdale Bend Rd, Birmingham AL 35214

Since 1969, Norris Paving & Asphalt, Inc. has been a family-owned company offering superior demolition services to Central Alabama. We can perform barn demolition, chimney removal, concrete removal, and much more.

1621 3rd Avenue West, Birmingham AL 35208

Located in Birmingham, Alabama and serving nearby communities, Corinth Company specializes in residential demolition services. We can tear down houses, mobile homes, barns, chimneys, and more.

Serving Gardendale, AL

Offering all kinds of disposal and demolition services, Cox Environmental Solutions, LLC can handle your next concrete removal project with true professionalism. We use the best equipment available to ensure your concrete removal project goes efficiently and safety. 

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Concrete Removal Tips

Many homeowners are tempted to try tackling concrete removal themselves, but breaking up concrete can be backbreaking work. Hiring a professional to remove your concrete is the safest and most efficient way to go. They will be able to use powerful equipment to effectively remove the concrete in minimal time. Plus, if you plan on pouring new concrete, handling the demolition yourself could end up costing you more in disposal fees.

Our concrete removal guide will help you determine which route is best for you—doing it yourself or hiring a contractor.

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