Chimney Demolition Contractors in Gilbert, AZ

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Commercial Waste Company LLC

16847 N 26th Ave, Phoenix AZ 85023

Located in Phoenix, Arizona and serving surrounding areas, Commercial Waste Company, LLC are a full-service waste disposal company that also tackles chimney removal projects. We can handle your chimney removal job with the utmost tact, responsibility, and efficiency. Contact us today to see how we can help! 

MP Environmental Services

3045 South 51St Avenue, Phoenix AZ 85043

MP Environmental Services is an independently owned demo & remediation firm with its origins dating back to 1944. They specialize in house demolition, commercial demo, and large-scale projects.

AZ Patch-N-Seal Corp.

2150 N. Wagon Wheel, Apache Junction AZ 85119

AZ Patch N Seal Corp serves Apache Junction, AZ and surrounding cities. They can assist in making your home or business more beautiful and resistant to the elements with demolition, excavation, grading, oil surfacing, asphalt paving, and more.

North East Demo

751 N Monterey St Ste 121, Chandler AZ 85249

North East Demo goes above and beyond to meet customer's demolition needs. We are highly experienced in our field and understand how to tackle both simple and complex demolition projects, including chimney removal.

Chimney Removal Tips for Gilbert, AZ

Tips for Removing a Chimney

Complete chimney removals cost between $2,000-$4,000 on average. If the chimney is relatively big or is incorporated into the home's structure, the cost could reach $6,000 or more. The cost of a complete chimney removal includes:
  • Chimney stack removal
  • Chimney breast removal
  • Rectifying the resulting space
Chimney removal costs can vary quite a bit depending on the removal method (partial or complete), the size of the chimney, and the materials and installation methods used to build the chimney. For example, if your chimney is bolted onto the outside of the home, it will be easier to remove than a chimney that's centrally located in the home. Find out more: