Concrete Demolition in Converse, LA

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  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

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  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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Gentry Services LLC

11235 Old Mansfield Rd, Keithville LA 71047

At Gentry Services LLC, we specialize in light demolition, junk removal, and dumpster rental services. When you need old concrete and other structures removed from your property, we have you covered! Our goal is to help keep Shreveport/Bossier clean ...

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Timberland Maintenance Service

206 Young Road, Coushatta LA 71019

Timberland Maintenance Service is the Coushatta, Louisiana area's leading provider of maintenance and demolition services. We specialize in tearing down the old to make way for the new, including commercial demolition, concrete removal, and more.

Taylor Dozer and Backhoe, LLC. is located in Many, Louisiana and is a fully licensed contractor. We provide demolition, dirt work, excavation, and removal services for commercial and residential clients. Reach out to our friendly staff today to schedule an ...

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Jody's Dozer & Trackhoe

100 Campbell Rd, Converse LA 71419

With more than 25 years of experience, Jody's Dozer & Trackhoe is the Many, Louisiana area's go-to source for dependable demolition and excavating services, including commercial demolition, shed demolition, concrete removal, and more.

Concrete Removal Tips for Converse, LA

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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