Chimney Demolition Contractors in Mount Vernon, IA

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Schmidt's Excavating & Snow Removal

Iowa City, IA

Schmidt's Excavating & Snow Removal is a family-run business that is experienced in providing a multitude of demolition solutions, including chimney removal. Talk to us today to learn more and to get a free project quote! more

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Tomlinson-Cannon

Iowa City, IA

Founded in 1948, Eastern Iowans have trusted Tomlinson-Cannon with their chimney removal and other homeowner services for more than 60 years. When you choose Tomlinson-Cannon, you get values-driven service. Contact us today to learn more! more

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Midwest Concrete Company LLC

Coralville, IA

With decades of demolition experience and a dedication to giving our customers the best, Midwest Concrete Company LLC is here to provide Iowa businesses and residential property owners with the best chimney removal services in the industry. more

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Amelon Lawn Care LLC

Iowa City, IA

Fast, efficient, and honest, Amelon Lawn Care LLC has become a reputable and well-known chimney removal service in the Iowa City and surrounding areas. Reach out today for a free project estimate! more

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Hodge Construction

Iowa City, IA

Hodge Construction is Iowa City’s leader in demolition and construction management. We’ve been helping developers and property owners with their chimney removal projects since 1981. Speak with a member of our trusted team today to schedule a free project... more

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Fix Fabrication & Landscaping, LLC

Iowa City, IA

Fix Fabrication & Landscaping, LLC is a fully insured chimney removal contractor serving the Iowa City and Cedar Rapids, Iowa area since 2012. Our goal is to get your job done right the first time. You can depend on our trusted and... more

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Luxe Construction + Services

Coralville, IA

Luxe Construction + Services provides chimney removal services throughout Coralville, IA and the surrounding areas. Our team strives to provide professional, reliable, and efficient services. Let us exceed your expectations—contact us today to find out more! more

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DW Zinser Company

Walford, IA

At DW Zinser Demolition, we provide safe and timely chimney removal and other related services. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, superior work practices, and our extensive fleet of equipment, we will make your project a total success! more

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Mended Rose Construction

Tiffin, IA

Mended Rose Construction is a local, veteran-owned, chimney removal company that provides exceptional work that we stand behind. The Mended Rose Construction team has over 18 years of experience! more

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Jerry's Hauling

Coralville, IA

Since 1993, Jerry's Hauling has been providing chimney removal in the Coralville and Iowa City, IA, area. We know how to handle small and simple projects as well as big and complex projects. Don't wait! Learn more about our helpful services... more

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How much does chimney removal cost?

Complete chimney removals cost $2,000-$4,000 on average. The cost of chimney removal includes removing the chimney stack and the chimney breast, as well as rectifying the resulting space. Because chimney removal involves filling in the new hole in your home, costs can vary quite a bit.

The price to remove your chimney could be more or less depending on:

  • Size and complexity of your chimney
  • Materials used to build it
  • Who you hire to remove it

If you have a bolt-on style chimney attached to the face of the house, it will cost less to remove than a chimney located inside your home. If your chimney is part of the structural framing of the house, you should expect the removal to cost more in order to make the necessary framing adjustments.

Could I remove my chimney myself?

It is much safer and more efficient to hire a professional to remove your chimney. Handling chimney removal yourself is more likely to lead to structural damage to the roof/home and could lead to serious injury. 

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