Chimney Demolition in Douds, IA

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  • Barn Demolition

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  • Commercial Building

  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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Archer Skidloader Service

206 E Main St, Pulaski IA 52584

Archer Skid Loader Service, based out of Pulaski, IA, specializes in excavation, removal, and demolition services. Our staff of professionals can remove chimneys and pools, demolish kitchens and bathrooms, knock down barns and mobile homes, and much more.

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Little Daddy's Trenching Inc

11217 180th Ave, Ottumwa IA 52501

In the Ottumwa, Iowa area, Little Daddy's Trenching Inc is proud to provide customers with an array of site preparation services. Our team of professionals is highly accurate at what we do, completing every chimney removal project we take on ...

Chimney Removal Tips for Douds, IA

Tips for Removing a Chimney

How much does chimney removal cost?

Complete chimney removals cost between $2,000-$4,000 on average. If the chimney is relatively big or is incorporated into the home's structure, the cost could reach $6,000 or more.

The cost of a complete chimney removal includes:

  • Chimney stack removal
  • Chimney breast removal
  • Rectifying the resulting space

Chimney removal costs can vary quite a bit depending on the removal method (partial or complete), the size of the chimney, and the materials and installation methods used to build the chimney. For example, if your chimney is bolted onto the outside of the home, it will be easier to remove than a chimney that's centrally located in the home.

Could I remove my chimney myself?

It is 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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