Chimney Demolition Contractors in South Bend, IN

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Chain of Lakes LLC

17690 12th Rd, Plymouth IN 46563

At Chain of Lakes LLC, we specialize in most demolition and construction related services, including chimney removal, structural demolition, interior demolition, ponds, ditches, driveways, basements, and more.

Mike's Demolition and Debris Removal LLC is a family-owned small business that provides residential demolition and junk removal services in Elkhart, IN and the surrounding areas. From structural demolition to interior demolition, chimney removal to house demolition, our crew can ...

Throughout the Elkhart, Indiana area, LaFaun's Light Demolition & Debris Removals is known for providing quality services. We provide technically superior services at a reasonable price and in an efficient, courteous manner. Customers turn to us when ...

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E&E Solutions LLC

9695 East 200 North, Grovertown IN 46531

E&E Solutions LLC specializes in helping our clients increase the value and beauty of their properties by providing a wide variety of demolition services in Grovertown, IN and the surrounding communities, including chimney removal! Our ultimate goal is to ...

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Indiana Earth Inc

10343 Mckinley Hwy, Osceola IN 46561

Since the beginning, Indiana Earth has worked hard to provide excellent service to each and every one of our customers. Our goal is to provide outstanding chimney removal services on schedule and within budget.

Chimney Removal Tips for South Bend, IN

Tips for Removing Chimneys

How does the chimney removal process work?

Generally speaking, the chimney removal process can be done one brick at a time with a hammer and chisel, or more quickly with a mini-jack or impact hammer. 

  • Partial Chimney Removal: The partial chimney removal process is as simple as removing the chimney stack—the part of the chimney above the roof—until it is flush with the roof. From there, the hole is patched up to resemble the roof as much as possible.
  • Complete Chimney Removal: The complete chimney removal process includes removing the entire chimney stack as well as the chimney breast—the part of the chimney visible within the home. Complete chimney removal results in more than just a hole in your roof that needs to be patched. You may also have a hole in the floor or in the wall that needs to be patched, too.

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