Concrete Demolition in Rumford, ME

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Rubbish Doctor

Portland, ME
  • Building Demolition
  • Interior Demolition
  • Miscellaneous Demolition
  • Same day or next day service
  • Eco-friendly
  • Transparent pricing

At Rubbish Doctor, we are committed to being your go-to expert for both commercial and residential interior and exterior demolition. Whether you need concrete removal, building demo, or floor removal, we've got you covered! more

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Almighty Waste

Auburn, ME

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Everett Excavation Corp

South Paris, ME

Based in Bethel, Maine, Everett Excavation Corp proudly offers excavating and demolition services that residential and commercial customers have come to rely on. Our team is qualified to deal with concrete removal, fence removal, commercial demolition, and more. more

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D & D Excavating

Buckfield, ME

Serving the Bethel, Maine community and surrounding areas, D & D Excavating specializes in providing top-notch demolition and excavating services to residential and commercial customers. We can tear down commercial structures, concrete, houses, and more. more

Concrete Removal Tips for Rumford, ME

Tips for Concrete Removal

When should I remove concrete instead of repair it?

Repairing concrete is often the quicker and more cost-effective option, especially when it comes to small, hairline cracks that show no sign of settling, or if the concrete has sunken due to excess weight on the area.

However, if the damage is widespread, attempting to patch or resurface the concrete may end up being a waste of effort and money since the same problems will reappear.

Complete concrete removal is typically your best option if your driveway, patio, sidewalk, or slab has issues that warrant it.

If there are deep, wide set cracks in your concrete that are settled or uneven on one side; if sections of the concrete are being forced upward; or if concrete is settling, you will likely want to completely remove and replace the concrete.

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.