Chimney Demolition in Highland - Vanderburgh County, IN

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Hazex Construction Co.

1890 Madison St, Henderson KY 42420

Founded in 1949 by a father and son duo, we have since grown to include an expansive fleet of equipment. As a family owned and operated company, we take immense pride in providing high-quality chimney removal services.

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Naas & Sons LLC

2267 W State Road 68, Haubstadt IN 47639

Naas & Sons LLC has served the Haubstadt and surrounding areas for over 75 years. Our family-owned and operated company specializes in trucking and excavation, and is also equipped to handle a multitude of demolition services for both commercial and residential clients, ...

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Tmi General Contractors

331 W 2Nd St, Mount Vernon IN 47620

TMI Contractors, Inc., is a full service structural steel fabricator with a track record of proven results. Most of our services are in-house which allows us to provide our service in a timely manner for those projects that are tight ...

Chimney Removal Tips for Highland - Vanderburgh County, IN

Tips for Chimney Demolition

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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