Chimney Demolition Contractors in Grant County, KY

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J&M Demolition

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Lexington, KY

For over 15 years, the experts at J&M Demolition have been honing their skills in the demolition industry. We specialize in chimney removal projects of all sizes. Click the "Get a Quote" button to learn more about our services and... more

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Bray Construction

Alexandria, KY

Bray Construction is a family-owned company serving Cincinnati, Ohio and Northern Kentucky areas. We understand that our job isn’t just to complete a complicated demolition and excavation job on time, it’s to make sure the people around... more

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Nance Construction

Independence, KY

Nance Construction provides a safe, affordable solution to demolition services for both residential and commercial customers in Independence, KY and the surrounding areas. Our pros can demolish your structures, interiors, remove chimneys, oil tanks, fencing, and more! more

Chimney Removal Tips for Grant County, KY

Tips for Chimney Demolition Projects

How much does chimney removal cost on average?

On average, it costs roughly $2,000-$4,000 to completely remove a chimney.

However, chimney removal cost depends on a number of factors, like...

  • Chimney removal method you choose (full or partial)
  • Chimney size
  • Materials used to build the chimney
  • Amount of debris removed
  • Whether or not the chimney is part of the structure
  • Contractor you hire

How many chimney removal quotes should I get?

As a general rule of thumb, we recommend getting a quote from a minimum of 2-3 chimney removal contractors. This allows you to get a better idea of who offers the best price for the best work, and who is the best contractor for the job.

Pay close attention to what is included in each quote, and make sure you get answers to any questions you have, like:

  • How will the chimney removal be done?
  • How will the materials be disposed of?
  • How will the new space be rectified?
  • Will the contractor be contacting local authorities and obtaining the necessary permits on your behalf?
  • How will you control any dust and soot from getting into the house?

Learn more: How Much Does Chimney Repair and Removal Cost?