Concrete Demolition in Chester, IA

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Scheevel And Sons Inc.

17057 Kind Rd, Preston MN 55965

Since 1991, Scheevel & Sons Inc. has served the Lanesboro, MN area with expert demolition and excavation services. Our experienced team is well versed in a variety of commercial and residential services, including structural demolition, concrete removal, grading, fence removal, and more. 


Gjere Construction

43506 State Hwy 44, Mabel MN 55954

Gjere Construction is a general contractor in Fillmore County. Our team specializes in concrete installation and removal, and offers a range of other services, including residential demolition.


Mehmert Tiling & Trucking Inc

8635 Highway 9, Lime Springs IA 52155

Based in Lime Springs, Iowa, Mehmert Tiling & Trucking Inc is proud to serve Iowa and Minnesota. Our team of professionals performs trucking, tiling, and demolition services, including concrete removal, deck removal, house demolition, and more.


O'Connell Excavating & Plumbing Inc

300 E Main St, Spring Valley MN 55975

O'Connell Excavating & Plumbing Inc offers demolition, excavating, and plumbing services to Lanesboro, Minnesota and surrounding areas. Our team is able to accomplish all kinds of jobs, from barn demolition to concrete removal, house demolition, and more.


Johanns Tiling & Excavating

3596 Timber Ave, Osage IA 50461

Family-owned since 1976, Johanns Tiling & Excavating has been proudly providing demolition services to customers all over Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. With many investments in equipment over our 40+ years in the industry, our team is equipped to handle a wide range ...

Concrete Removal Tips for Chester, IA

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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