At C and S Demolition LLC, we take the time and attention to make sure that your concrete removal project goes smoothly from start to finish. We understand how unpredictable projects can be and we'll work with our customers through it all to ensure their project gets done on time and within budget.
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Ragin' Container Rentals, LLC is proud to serve Carencro, Acadiana, Baton Rouge, and surrounding areas. We have the equipment needed to take care of your concrete removal project, whether big or small.
Established in 1989, FJS Building Repairs offers high-quality services at prices that are fair. They will work closely with you to find the solution to your residential or commercial projects. They offer services like demolition and building repairs.
Offering reliable, fairly-priced services to Opelousas, LA and nearby cities since 2010, Boudreaux’s Services doesn’t play games when it comes to their customers’ property. They perform pre-construction, demolition, excavating, hauling, earthwork, landscaping, etc.
Lynn Romero Trucking specializes in oil field transportation, waste disposal, and heavy-duty trucking, while also offering top of the line demolition services. We take pride in offering the exceptional services for our fellow New Iberia community members and work hard to ensure you receive the best result possible.
At Prime Excavating LLC, we provide a wide range of demolition and junk removal services to residential clients throughout the Lafayette, LA area, including barn demolition, concrete removal, house demolition, and much more.
All American Demolition LLC specializes in successfully completing demolition jobs that are complicated and unconventional. We offer house demolition, concrete removal, and more.
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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.