Chimney Demolition Contractors in Country Club Hills, IL

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Serving Country Club Hills, IL

Landmark Demolition is your Chicago area source for superior quality demolition services. Our team focuses on safe demolition practices while also ensuring the job gets done on time. We offer a wide range of residential demolition services, including chimney removal. We are equipped for safely taking down brick and stone chimneys. Contact us for details and a free estimate.

Serving Country Club Hills, IL

Lucansky Brothers Construction performs a variety of demolition and construction services, ranging from chimney removal to barn demolition, commercial structure demolition, concrete removal, and so much more.

Serving Country Club Hills, IL

Located in Bourbonnais, IL and serving surrounding areas, Ford Wrecking Company is proud to serve residential and commercial clients. We work hard to provide superior demolition services, including chimney removal, house demolition, and more.

5735 S Harlem Ave, Chicago IL 60638

Since 2005, A Western Recycling has been raising the bar in quality service and customer care. They’re experts in all things waste disposal, debris removal, and light demolition.

10501 W 133rd Ave, Cedar Lake IN 46303

At McAllister, Inc. it’s their goal to not only meet but exceed their clients’ expectations. They're based in Cedar Lake and serve clients from Chicago and throughout Merryville. McAllister offers professional excavation, demolition, and site work.

8220 S Elizabeth, Chicago IL 60620

Located in Chicago, IL, Elliot’s Expert Construction, Inc. is proud to serve residential and commercial customers throughout the Chicagoland area. They specialize in demolition and roofing, but offer a wide variety of other services, too.

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Tips for Removing a Chimney

Could I remove my chimney myself?

It depends. Generally speaking, it's safer and more efficient to hire a professional to remove your chimney, but it isn't necessarily required. If you have some handyman experience and are comfortable climbing up on your roof to do some work, then a DIY chimney removal is possible, but we don't recommend it. Handling chimney removal yourself is more likely to lead to structural damage to the roof/home and could lead to serious injury. 

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