Concrete Demolition in Cannonsburg, MI

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Constructors Incorporated

1965 Waldorf NW, Grand Rapids MI 49505

Constructors Incorporated has been providing the greater Grand Rapids, MI area with expert and affordable demolition services since 1986. Our wide range of services offered includes concrete removal, pool removal, residential demolition, commercial demolition, interior demolition, and more!

GVL Excavating

4570 Division St, Wayland MI 49348

Residential and commercial customers throughout Allegan, MI turn to GVL Excavating when they're in need of full-service demolition services. Our crew is highly trained to perform the work we provide, like concrete removal.

Cutting Edge Excavating

5182 Chicago Dr, Hudsonville MI 49426

Cutting Edge Excavating is a family-owned and operated company that has been serving the commercial and residential needs of the Grand Rapids area for over 25 years. We are an excavation company specializing in concrete removal, demolition, dozing, hauling, and so much more. 

Bratt Demolition & Construction

3367 28th Street Sw, Grandville MI 49418

Bratt Demolition & Construction is proud to serve West Michigan communities. We have the experience needed to complete concrete removal of all shapes and sizes in the Grand Rapids area.

Concrete Removal Tips for Cannonsburg, MI

Tips for Concrete Removal

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.