Chimney Demolition Contractors in Everett, WA

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Bravo Construction LLC

PO BOX 39, Lynnwood WA 98046

Bravo Construction LLC is a full-service construction and demo company serving homeowners and businesses. Our chimney demolition service is budget friendly and will boost the efficiency of your home. Our experienced crew is skilled at removing chimneys safely and quickly. Some brick may be salvageable.

Mosbrucker Excavating Corp

20401 Broadway Ave, Snohomish WA 98296

Mosbrucker Excavating Corp is proud to provide the Seattle, Washington area with some of the best services available. Our experienced team is courteous and eager to assist you in your next chimney removal project.

Universal Junk Removal and Demolition

1546 NW 56th street, Ste 493, Seattle WA 98107

Located in Seattle, Washington, Universal Junk Removal and Demolition serves residential and commercial customers throughout Washington, Northern Oregon, and Western Idaho. We specialize in comprehensive demolition services, including chimney demolition.

A & F Services

17523 106th St SW, Monroe WA 98272

A & F Services is a demolition contractor serving Monroe and the surrounding area. They specialize in small residential demolition projects and are experts in chimney removal and more.

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3 Factors Affecting Chimney Removal Cost:

Chimney Size The size of your chimney has a huge impact on how much it will cost to remove it. For example, if the chimney is large, spans multiple stories, or is part of the structure or foundation, then it will cost quite a bit more to remove than a simple "bolt-on," one-story chimney. Chimney Materials & Debris Likewise, the type of materials used to construct the chimney, and how much debris there is to dispose of, are two other factors affecting chimney removal cost. Most chimneys are made of brick and mortar, which are quite heavy and can be expensive to haul and dispose of. If you are one of the few people in the United States with a metal chimney, it will be less to dispose of because it's relatively lightweight. Contractor Choice The contractor you hire will also play a role in cost. This is why it's key to shop around and find the best contractor for the job. Each quote you get will entail different things, so make sure you ask the right questions, like:
  • How will the removal be done?
  • How will you control dust?
  • How will the materials be disposed of?