Concrete Demolition in Charlestown, NH

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Blanchard Contracting

1255 US Route 5 N, Windsor VT 05089

Blanchard Contracting is primarily a demolition, excavation, and concrete contractor. We are the best at what we do, and we take immense pride in providing exceptional services to each of our customers, including concrete removal.

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Edwards Concrete and Excavation

1461 Province Lake Road, Effingham NH 03882

Edwards Concrete and Excavation works hard to make sure each customer is fully satisfied with our demolition, concrete, and excavation services. In business since 2001, we are a 'one-stop shop' for tearing out asphalt or concrete, grading and preparing the site, ...

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Mak's Trucking & Excavation

909 Route 120, Meriden NH 03770

Located in Meriden, New Hampshire, Mak's Trucking & Excavation offers exceptional demolition services. Our high-quality services include concrete removal barn demolition, house demolition, and much more.

Concrete Removal Tips for Charlestown, NH

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How much does concrete removal cost?

The average patio or sidewalk (200 sq ft) costs roughly $400-$600. However, the cost can be significantly more if the concrete cannot be recycled.

A typical two-car driveway costs approximately $1,500-$2,500 or more, but this is highly dependent on the size of the driveway. Also, if the driveway was constructed with reinforced concrete, it's more difficult to remove and will cost more to remove it.

The average concrete foundation generally costs around $2,000-$5,000.

Can I remove concrete myself?

Handling concrete removal yourself can save you money, but it can also be backbreaking and dangerous work.

Plus, if you plan on hiring a contractor to pour new concrete, handling the concrete removal yourself might actually end up costing you more in disposal fees.

Our concrete removal guide can help you determine which route is best for you.

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