Concrete Demolition in Liberty Center, IN

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SouthWest Equipment Rental

Fort Wayne, IN

When you need safe and reliable demolition services, call SouthWest Equipment Rental! We offer the greater Fort Wayne, IN with a wide range of commercial and residential services, like structural demo, interior demolition, and more. more

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Property Rx

Liberty Center, IN
  • Light Demolition
  • Miscellaneous Demolition
  • Family owned
  • Serving Northeastern Indiana
  • Friendly service

Property Rx is your prescription for home and outdoor clean up. We are a fully-insured and locally-owned company proudly serving northeastern Indiana with high-quality light demolition services, like concrete removal, fence removal, shed demolition, and more! Reach out today for... more

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316 Removal

Liberty Center, IN

Removing large items from your property doesn't have to be a hassle when you hire 316 Removal. Our team of dedicated professionals can tear down and clear out all types of small residential structures and material, including concrete. Feel free to... more

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Schneck Excavating Inc

New Haven, IN

Serving the Fort Wayne, Indiana area, Schneck Excavating Inc goes above and beyond for each and every customer. We approach projects with care and respect for you and your neighbors' property, working cautiously in order to cause as... more

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Eads Bulldozing, Inc.

Lagro, IN

Established in 1968, Eads Bulldozing, Inc. has been serving Lagro, IN and the greater Wabash area for more than 45 years. Next time you’re in need of site preparation, excavating, backhoe services, trucking, ponds, or a similar service, look no further... more

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BUNN Excavating Inc

Fort Wayne, IN

Bunn, Inc. began as a small company in 1984. It has since gone on to become a third generation family business with a fleet of over 40 trucks and 50 pieces of heavy equipment ready to tackle any demolition or excavation project, big... more

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T-E Incorporated

Fort Wayne, IN

T-E Incorporated was founded in 1995 and has been serving thge Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, and Tulsa, Oklahoma areas ever since. We perform concrete removal, earthwork, and more. Above all else, we are focused on our customers' needs and completing the job... more

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Dirt Trucking Inc

Huntington, IN

Dirt Trucking Inc is proud to serve Huntington, Indiana and nearby areas. We perform work with professionalism, honesty, and courtesy. We can demolish structures, and remove concrete, barns, pools, mobile homes, and much more. more

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Habig Trucking & Excavating Inc

Bluffton, IN

Habig Trucking & Excavating Inc offers exceptional concrete removal, excavating, and trucking services to Fort Wayne, Indiana and surrounding communities. We work hard to create a customer experience second to none. more

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Rose Industries‎

Fort Wayne, IN

Serving the Fort Wayne, Indiana area, Rose Industries? specializes in a wide range of demolition services. We know how to handle small and simple projects as well as big and complex projects, including concrete removal. more

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Kreager Group Inc

Fort Wayne, IN

Kreager Group Inc offers a variety of services to meet our customers' needs. Whether you need barn demolition, concrete removal, or anything in between, our team can help get it done on schedule and within budget. To learn more or... more

Concrete Removal Tips for Liberty Center, IN

Tips for Concrete Removal Projects

Should I repair my concrete?

When it comes to repairing concrete, you may risk the problem coming back if it's not done properly. Repairing the concrete is only the right solution when it's in the right circumstance.

Repairing the concrete may be the more cost-effective (and quicker) option if the cracks are thin, hairline type cracks that show no evidence of settling; or if the concrete is sunken because something heavy was placed on top of it.

If the damage is widespread or more severe than this, you consider concrete removal.

Can I remove concrete myself?

Handling concrete removal yourself can save you money, but it can also be backbreaking and dangerous work.

Plus, if you plan on hiring a contractor to pour new concrete, handling the concrete removal yourself might actually end up costing you more in disposal fees.

Our concrete removal guide can help you determine which route is best for you.

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