Concrete Demolition in Pine Grove, CA

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Serving Pine Grove, CA

Fully licensed, Murray Excavating, Inc. has more than 30 years of experience serving El Dorado and Sacramento Counties in California. Their services include demolition, grading, compaction, excavating, trenching, footings, drilling, concrete and asphalt removal, etc.

Serving Pine Grove, CA

Doug Veerkamp General Engineering Inc. is one of the leading demolition and excavation contractors in the region and, in fact, is one of the largest employers in El Dorado County. They specialize in wet and dry utilities, paving, trucking, demolition and excavation.

Serving Pine Grove, CA

Beeline Concrete Cutting, Inc. is proud to have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau. Located in Stockton, CA, they provide the best concrete cutting, breaking and removal services at the best prices for residential and commercial clients in the area. For accurate concrete wrecking/cutting, contact Beeline today!

Serving Pine Grove, CA

Specializing in demolition, excavating, paving, and more, Joe Vicini, Inc. knows how to handle residential and commercial projects of all shapes and sizes throughout Placerville, CA and the greater Sacramento area.

Serving Pine Grove, CA

DSV, Inc. is driven to provide quality and reliable concrete removal services to residential, commercial and industrial clients. We’re a fully licensed, bonded and insured contractor dedicated to meeting the unique needs of our customers. Our demolition team takes the time to properly plan and execute each concrete removal project to ensure pinpoint accuracy on every job.

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Concrete Demolition Tips

Concrete Repair vs. Concrete Replace

Depending on the state of your concrete, you may be better off repairing the concrete instead of replacing it; and sometimes, it's the opposite.

In general, complete concrete removal and replacement is your best choice when the concrete has several wide, deep cracks that are starting to settle on one side or are uneven, if part of the concrete is pushed up thanks to cold weather, or if the concrete is settling due to improper grading preparation. In these instances, it's best to replace the concrete rather than repair it.

On the other hand, if there are just thin, hairline cracks with no evidence of settling, or the concrete is sunken because of excess weight being placed on the concrete, you should just repair the concrete, as it will be the fastest and most cost-effective option.

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