Chimney Demolition Contractors in Osseo, MI

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VanErt’s, LLC

1506 Sutton Rd, Adrian MI 49221

VanErt’s, LLC specializes in demolition throughout the greater Adrian, MI area. We offer a wide range of services including chimney removal, house demolition, deck removal, interior demolition, barn demolition, and everything in between.

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Rutz Trucking Excavating

7171 Card Rd, Reading MI 49274

Rutz Trucking Excavating, based out of Reading, MI, is an excavation specialist that provides demolition services, wet soil mixing, septic/leach drain field installation and other services. We take pride in delivering quality results for a variety of projects. From ...

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Parrish Excavating, Inc.

1284 E Chicago Rd, Quincy MI 49082

Parrish Excavating, Inc. was formed in 1972 and has built a solid reputation for quality and outstanding service. We are a well established, family-owned demolition and excavation company who provides a wide variety of services, including chimney removal.

Chimney Removal Tips for Osseo, MI

Tips for Demolishing a Chimney

What affects the cost of chimney removal?

Most chimney removals do not involve a chimney structural to the walls or roof, but it isn't rare to see chimneys in the middle of a home, stretching up from the foundation and through multiple stories. These chimneys are the most time-consuming and expensive to remove and should only be handled by professionals with experience in the work. However, a partial chimney removal would reduce the amount of time and money it takes to complete the project while maintaining the aesthetic appeal of a fireplace.

Could I remove my chimney myself?

It is much safer and more efficient to hire a professional to remove your chimney. Handling chimney removal yourself is more likely to lead to structural damage to the roof/home and could lead to serious injury. 

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