Chimney Demolition Contractors in La Palma, CA

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Kennah Construction

Kennah Construction

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Kennah Construction
Serving La Palma, CA

Kennah Construction is committed to meeting our customer’s needs. We can help take down and dispose of your brick or stone chimney, or we can manually deconstruct it and salvage usable brick. We’ll get the job done safely, affordably and to your satisfaction. The pros at Kennah are here for all your demolition needs.

320 S Cypress St, La Habra CA 90631

When you hire Affordable Services, you get exactly that: affordable services. They believe that quality work shouldn’t come at the expense of an empty wallet. They specialize in demolition, tree removal, and more.

16652 Burke Ln, Huntington Beach CA 92647

Serving all of Southern California, Tim Greenleaf Engineering specializes in all things excavating and demolition, including deconstruction. They offer practical, low-cost solutions to a wide range of residential and commercial needs.

1121 Buena Vista Ave, La Habra CA 90631

Located in La Habra, CA, Affordable Tree Service specializes in tree removal, excavation, and demolition services to assist residential and commercial customers in a wide range of needs—no matter how big or how small.

200 Pine Ave, Long Beach CA 90802

For more than 50 years, Equity North Investments Inc. has been Los Angeles and surrounding counties’ leading source for all things property management. We can handle all manner of chimney removals, regardless of your roof's material. Contact us today to see how we can assist with your chimney removal!

2165 Gaylord Street, Long Beach CA 90813

Fully licensed and ready to take on the biggest, toughest jobs, H. Roberts Construction, Inc. has the manpower, experience, and high-tech equipment needed to accomplish jobs of all shapes and sizes, including construction, demolition, and excavating.

19223 E COLIMA RD #805, Rowland Heights CA 91748

American Demolition & Grading, Inc. is the leading demolition contractor in the Western United States. Our experienced and talented crew can provide a full line of environmentally safe demolition services, including chimney removal.

630 S. Jefferson St. Unit G, Placentia CA 92870

Orange County Demolition, Inc. (OCD) is a full-service demolition contractor located in Placentia, California. Founded in 2003, OCD prides itself on a hard-earned reputation of being innovative in demolition techniques. Our team consists of highly-trained staff, providing high-quality chimney removal services.

2125 E 4th St, Los Angeles CA 90033

Serving the greater Los Angeles area, Martin’s Salvage is a leader in demolition. They provide homeowners and business owners with unmatched workmanship and exceptional customer service. They can demolish houses, offices, pools, decks, barns, sheds, and more.

3800 Locke Ave, Los Angeles CA 90032

On Time Demolition offers extensive demolition services, ranging from soft demo to hard demo. We provide chimney removal services focused on leaving your roofing structure sound and leak-free. Contact us today to learn more about what we can do for you!

Serving La Palma, CA

Licensed and certified, Interior Demolition, Inc. serves Montrose, CA and nearby communities. They’re fully licensed and certified, and they specialize in demolition and excavating services.

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3 Factors Affecting Chimney Removal Cost:

Chimney Size

The size of your chimney has a huge impact on how much it will cost to remove it. For example, if the chimney is large, spans multiple stories, or is part of the structure or foundation, then it will cost quite a bit more to remove than a simple "bolt-on," one-story chimney.

Chimney Materials & Debris

Likewise, the type of materials used to construct the chimney, and how much debris there is to dispose of, are two other factors affecting chimney removal cost. Most chimneys are made of brick and mortar, which are quite heavy and can be expensive to haul and dispose of. If you are one of the few people in the United States with a metal chimney, it will be less to dispose of because it's relatively lightweight.

Contractor Choice

The contractor you hire will also play a role in cost. This is why it's key to shop around and find the best contractor for the job. Each quote you get will entail different things, so make sure you ask the right questions, like: How will the removal be done? How will you control dust? How will the materials be disposed of?

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