Concrete Demolition in Piedmont, OK

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Arbor Transport & Construction

4.789475
19 verified reviews
Serving Piedmont, OK

Arbor Transport & Construction is a professional provider of a range of demolition and excavation services, including the removal of concrete structures like driveways or foundations.  We have the right experience and equipment to work safely, and we complete our projects on time and at budget.

Midwest Wrecking Co. of Oklahoma City, OK

Midwest Wrecking Co.

5
1 verified review
P.O. Box 14668, Oklahoma City OK 73113

Midwest Wrecking Co. is located in Oklahoma City and takes pride in serving Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Missouri, and Colorado. They perform demolition, excavating, tree removal, asbestos abatement, etc.

2009 Tracys Ter, Edmond OK 73013

Midwest Wrecking Co. is a leader in the construction industry and offers a wide range of services. They specialize in selective demolition, emergency clean up, floor removal, and concrete cutting, among others. 

K & M Wrecking LLC of Oklahoma City, OK

K & M Wrecking LLC

4
1 verified review
Serving Piedmont, OK

At K & M Wrecking, they’re dedicated to providing the most highly professional and well-executed demolition services in the area and Oklahoma. Since the 1950s, their family has been serving the community.

4001 Southwest 27th Street, Oklahoma City OK 73108

Kendall’s Concrete-Demolition has been serving residential and commercial customers throughout Oklahoma City, OK since 2010. They offer extensive demolition and concrete services, including cutting, sawing, breaking, and removal.

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Concrete Demolition Tips

Concrete Repair vs. Concrete Replace

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.

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