Concrete Demolition in Hopland, CA

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The Ark Hauling & Junk Removal

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Santa Rosa, CA
  • Light Demolition
  • Serving Sonoma County
  • Locally owned and operated

At The Ark Hauling & Junk Removal, we pride ourselves on going above and beyond to satisfy our customers and we have over one hundred 5-star Google reviews to prove it! We are well versed in all sizes and types of... more

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Santa Rosa Junk Hauling & Removal Service

Santa Rosa, CA

Santa Rosa Junk Hauling & Removal Service is proud to provide light demolition and debris removal for residential and commercial customers. We provide fast, friendly service that is always professional, including concrete removal. To learn more or to get a free... more

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New Generation Demolition & Junk Removal

5.0
(1) -
Santa Rosa, CA

New Generation Demolition & Junk Removal is the company to call when you need reliable, professional, and competitively priced concrete removal services. Our team of experts goes the extra mile for each and every one of our customers to ensure they... more

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A/T Wanzer Grading and Excavating

Lakeport, CA

A/T Wanzer Grading and Excavating is based in Lakeport and has been serving all Lake, Mendocino, Sonoma and surrounding counties for more than 20 years. We can tear down barns, remove concrete, commercial structures, and more. more

Concrete Removal Tips for Hopland, CA

Tips for Concrete Demolition

How is concrete driveway removal done?

Demolishing a concrete driveway involves breaking it up (usually with hydraulic or pneumatic equipment), hauling away the concrete debris in a dumpster or trailer, and then grading the site.

How much does concrete driveway removal cost?

The average cost to demolish a concrete driveway is $1,500 but can cost as much as $5,000 in certain situations.

There are a number factors that demolition contractors must consider when determining a quote for a project—like your city/state, how accessible the site is, how much debris needs to be disposed of, inspections, permits, etc.—so your exact concrete removal price will depend on your project.