Concrete Demolition in Fargo, ND

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6218 53rd Ave S, Fargo ND 58104

Specializing in earthwork, demolition, aggregate, site work, site development, and trucking, Excavating, Inc. has the equipment to handle nearly any project you can think of. They serve Minot and West Fargo, ND areas.

5102 County Road 31, Fargo ND 58102

Offering a wide range of services, Grothmann & Associates works hard to meet all kinds of residential and commercial needs. We offer concrete removal, among many other construction services. We also perform countless excavating and site development services, including grading, trenching, land clearing, and more. Contact us today to learn more about our concrete removal and how we can help you on your next project.

709 4Th St E, Horace ND 58047

All American Plumbing & Heating Inc is a locally owned and operated company serving East Horace, North Dakota. We specialize in plumbing and heating services and offer a wide range of other services, including concrete removal.

3313 Fiechtner Dr S, Ste D, Fargo ND 58103

A-1 Junk Removal offers foundation, patio, sidewalk and driveway removal. We are a locally owned business that is fully insured and reputable. Call for a free quote.

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Repairing concrete is often the quicker and more cost-effective option, especially when it comes to small, hairline cracks that show no sign of settling, or if the concrete has sunken due to excess weight on the area. However, if the damage is widespread, attempting to patch or resurface the concrete may end up being a waste of effort and money since the same problems will reappear.

Complete concrete removal is typically your best option if your driveway, patio, sidewalk, or slab has issues that warrant it. If there are deep, wide set cracks in your concrete that are settled or uneven on one side; if sections of the concrete are being forced upward; or if concrete is settling, you will likely want to completely remove and replace the concrete.

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