Concrete Demolition in Parsons, KS

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Eldon's Junk Removal

1300 West Laurel Street, Independence KS 67301

Don't let unwanted interior and exterior structures get in the way of your productivity at home or at work. Let Eldon's Junk removal remove old flooring, sheds, garages, interiors, above ground pools, decks, and more.

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Rob Dent Excavating

1521 W Elm St, Neodesha KS 66757

For over 30 years, Rob Dent Excavating has been providing the grater Neodesha, KS area with top-of-the-line demolition and excavation services. Let us exceed your expectations—contact us today to find out more!

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Flyin' E Brush Clipping

16087 Udall Rd, Oswego KS 67356

Flyin' E Brush Clipping goes above and beyond for each and every client we take on. We offer a level of professionalism and commitment to the customer that few can match. We are highly trained to perform the work we ...

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B-3 Construction

151 NW Star Valley Rd, Columbus KS 66725

Located in Columbus, KS, B-3 Construction specializes in construction services of all types, including remodeling, additions, and more. They also can demolish the old to make room for the new, and provide waste removal and clean-up services as well.

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Davis Construction

111 W New St, Coffeyville KS 67337

Davis Construction offers a wide range of services, including construction, demolition, snow removal, and more. Our team is committed to providing experienced, accurate, safely executed services. Contact us today for a free quote.

Concrete Removal Tips for Parsons, KS

Concrete Demolition Tips

Should I repair or replace my concrete?

Depending on the state of your concrete, you may be better off repairing the concrete instead of replacing it; and sometimes, it's the opposite. In general, complete concrete removal and replacement is your best choice when the concrete has several wide, deep cracks that are starting to settle on one side or are uneven, if part of the concrete is pushed up thanks to cold weather, or if the concrete is settling due to improper grading preparation. In these instances, it's best to replace the concrete rather than repair it. On the other hand, if there are just thin, hairline cracks with no evidence of settling, or the concrete is sunken because of excess weight being placed on the concrete, you should just repair the concrete, as it will be the fastest and most cost-effective option.

What does concrete removal cost?

The national average cost to remove a concrete driveway is $1,000-$3,000, but the price can reach as high as $5,000 in certain situations.

Keep reading: Concrete & Asphalt Removal Cost Guide