Chimney Demolition Contractors in Woodburn, OR

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Global Pacific Environmental Inc

1919 W. 39th St, Vancouver WA 98660

Global Pacific Environment provides professional and efficient chimney removal services to the greater Southwest Washington and Southern Oregon area. We focus on leaving your roof leak-free long after the removal is complete.

Oregon Demolition

19992 South End Rd, Oregon City OR 97045

Oregon Demolition is a licensed and insured demo contractor and also a member of the National Demolition Association. We can safely and quickly remove your brick or stone chimney at a price you can afford. Call the chimney removal experts at O.D. and experience what superior customer service is all about!

American Chimney & Masonry

3614 NE 50th Ave, Portland OR 97213

American Chimney & Masonry provides a wide range of chimney, fireplace, and vent services to Portland, Oregon and surrounding areas. All their employees are experienced, certified technicians.

Bethel Excavating

6976 Little Rd SE, Turner OR 97392

Bethel Excavating has over 35 years of experience providing superior workmanship and customer service at competitive prices. We specialize in excavation, septic systems, underground utilities, and landscaping. As a licensed, bonded, and insured company, we’re the professionals you can trust with a variety of projects.

LOI Demolition is a local asbestos abatement and demolition contractor. They have been serving Portland, OR for over 35 years. They have more than 100 years of combined field experience, performing residential, commercial and industrial demolition.

Chimney Removal Tips for Woodburn, OR

Chimney Removal Tips

Know the Basics

There are two main parts of a chimney—the chimney stack and the chimney breast. The chimney stack is the part of the chimney that extends above the roof—the part visible from outside the home. The chimney breast is the part of the chimney that is visible from within the home.

Partial and complete chimney removal both involve removing the chimney stack, but only complete chimney removal involves removing the chimney breast too. Both methods have their pros and cons, so you will have to compare them to determine which removal method is best for you.

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