Concrete Demolition in Wetmore, KS

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All American Hauling

Osage City, KS

All American Hauling is a veteran owned and operated company that takes pride in what we do. The team at All American Hauling is reliable, reasonable, and always on time. All American Hauling now accepts cash, checks and all major... more

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Performance Service Group

Shawnee, KS

Performance Service Group provides light demolition services throughout Shawnee, KS, including concrete removal, deck and fence removal, shed demolition, garage demolition, and more. Contact us today to get a free estimate. We offer competitive rates and are eager to earn... more

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Randy D Myers

Havensville, KS

Serving the greater Havensville, Kansas area, Randy D Myers specializes in providing top-of-the-line demolition services. Our team is committed to our customers, working tirelessly to complete barn demolition, concrete removal, and more. more

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Riley's Mobile Home Service, LLC

Topeka, KS
  • Mobile Homes
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For over 10 years, Riley's Mobile Home Service, LLC has been specializing in mobile and manufactured home repair and demolition services throughout the greater Topeka, KS area, including concrete removal. more

Concrete Removal Tips for Wetmore, KS

Tips for Concrete Removal

What is the concrete removal process like?

Professional concrete removal contractors will have the right equipment to tackle your concrete removal project, allowing them to complete the job quickly and accurately. A Bobcat equipped with a pneumatic or hydraulic breaker attachment is the most common piece of heavy machinery used to remove concrete. Another common tool some pros use is a jackhammer. Typically, the contractor will also come prepared with a dumpster so they can keep the job site clean as they go. This creates even more of a streamlined process, which means less time and money for you. Make sure you confirm whether or not the demolition contractor will handle the debris disposal, too; because if they don't, you'll have to account for the cost to rent a dumpster, too.

What does concrete removal cost?

The national average cost to remove a concrete driveway is $1,000-$3,000, but the price can reach as high as $5,000 in certain situations. This cost includes breaking up the concrete, hauling away the concrete debris, and then leveling the area. Your particular location, the accessibility of the site, how much debris needs to be disposed, permit fees, etc. will all affect your concrete removal cost.