Concrete Demolition in Vinegar Bend, AL

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CDI Renovation

116 Baratara Dr, Chickasaw AL 36611

Founded more than 30 years ago, Dortch Figures & Sons specializes in demolition and lot clearing services, including concrete removal. We also perform home renovations and building additions from the ground up. We can make your dream home or commercial space a ...

Founded in 2015, S&S Hauling LLC has fast become a leading provider of demolition, full-service junk removal, and debris hauling services out of Mobile, AL. We'll come to your home to tear down and haul away your garages, sheds, barns, ...

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AD&L Disposal

6060 Lum Reeves Rd, Lucedale MS 39452

Whether you need commercial or residential demolition, AD&L Disposal can provide you with the quality, professional, worry-free service you need. Offering a full range of demolition, including concrete removal, AD&L Disposal is a family-owned and operated business serving ...

Concrete Removal Tips for Vinegar Bend, AL

Tips for Demolishing Concrete

How much does in cost to remove concrete?

Here's an idea of what you can expect to pay for common concrete removal projects... A concrete foundation generally costs $2,000-$5,000. A two-car driveway costs $1,500-$2,500 on average, but if the driveway is wider or longer than the average driveway, or if the driveway involves reinforced concrete, it will cost more to remove. Learn more about concrete driveway removal costs. The average patio or sidewalk (approximately 200 sq ft) costs $400-$600 in some areas but can cost significantly more if the concrete goes to the landfill instead of the recycler.

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.