Chimney Demolition Contractors in Woodland Hills, CA

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Allied Demolition

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Serving Woodland Hills, CA

Allied Demolition is a professional provider of partial and complete demolition. We have the equipment to complete your chimney removal with surgical precision. We are in full compliance with the California recycling laws, the EPA and the BBB to ensure your chimney removal service is done to your complete satisfaction.

Serving Woodland Hills, CA

Coastal Grading & Excavating is a locally owned business that is headquartered in Camarillo, California.  We specialize in a broad range of pre-construction services including safe chimney removals. We customize a plan that works with your budget and timeline. So reach out to our friendly staff today to set up your chimney removal project.

Serving Woodland Hills, CA

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.

Serving Woodland Hills, 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.

21781 Ventura Blvd. #454 , Woodland Hills CA 91364

Shafran Construction is a fully licensed company serving Los Angeles and Ventura Counties since 1988. We perform a variety of demolition services, including interior demolition, chimney removal, house demolition, and more.

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Tips for Chimney Removal

Chimney removal isn't always complicated, but that doesn't mean you should attempt to remove the chimney yourself. Attempting a DIY chimney removal could lead to structural damage to your home or serious injury to you.

However, if you're committed to handling your chimney removal yourself, at the very least be sure to do your research and follow all the necessary safety precautions. For example, use safety equipment, like gloves, eye protection, dust mask, good work boots, and a safety harness to prevent you from slipping off the roof. Also, minimize dust and debris from getting into the house by hanging plastic sheeting around your work area.

Permits

Just like with any demolition, you'll likely need to get a permit before having your chimney removed. Generally speaking, the contractor handling the removal will take care of this. But if you're removing the chimney yourself, be sure to confirm with your local zoning laws whether or not you need a permit to do the work.

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