When you need concrete ripped up and hauled off your property, you want to make sure the person doing the job is safe, accurate, and passionate about their work. If you hire Greer's Dirt Works LLC, you'll get all that and more. We love operating heavy machinery, tearing out small to large driveways and patios, and making our customers' properties look new again!
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Roy Sattler Construction Inc is proud to serve residential and commercial customers throughout the greater Benton, Louisiana area. They specialize in construction services, but also perform demolition, remodeling, and so much more.
JDog Junk Removal of Shreveport is proud to provide residential customers of the Shreveport and Minden, Louisiana area with high-quality concrete removal services. We offer an unmatched level of integrity and respect to each and every jobsite.
Locally owned and committed to our customers, BarCat Construction can provide personalized service at a fair price. We proudly serve Shreveport, Bossier City, and the surrounding Ark-La-Tex area, providing concrete removal, house demo, and more.
Over the course of 30 years, David Strong has based his business on hard work, honesty, reliability, and quality craftsmanship. They specialize in concrete crushing, demolition, road boring, digging ponds, sewer installation, and more.
Richie Contracting is based in Shreveport, Louisiana and offers high-quality services for competitive prices, including concrete removal. Customers turn to us when they need straightforward services that aren't overpriced, and that's exactly what we provide.
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The cost to remove concrete depends on:
- The amount of concrete being removed - The bigger and thicker the area of concrete is, the more it will cost to remove it.
- The disposal method and fees in your area - Recycling your concrete will save money because the disposal fees are much lower than at the landfill.
- The location and accessibility of the concrete - If your concrete is difficult to access with an excavator, it may cost more to remove.