Chimney Demolition Contractors in Cambridge, MN

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Can U Dig It MN

12436 Raven St NW, Minneapolis MN 55448

Whether you're in need of structural or interior demolition for your home or business, Can U Dig It MN has the right crew for the job. We offer an impressive variety of different demolition solutions for projects of all sizes. ...

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Stransky Construction

45 1st St NE, Pine City MN 55063

Fully licensed, bonded, and insured in the State of Minnesota, Stransky Construction is Pine City, Minnesota’s most trusted company when it comes to construction, demolition, excavating, grading, and landscaping services.

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D & S Construction

9036 County Road 5 NE, North Branch MN 55056

Proudly serving Minneapolis and surrounding areas, D & S Construction works closely with clients to ensure that customers are satisfied from project start to finish, whether barn demolition, chimney removal, etc.

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PGM Services

1515 Constance Blvd NE, Ham Lake MN 55304

Licensed, bonded, and insured, PGM Services is a full service company servicing the greater Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota area. Since 1986, we have offered a wide range of services to meet the needs of our customers, like dumpster and roll-off ...

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Carlson Property Services LLC

30105 Olinda Trail, Cambridge MN 55008

Carlson Property Services LLC takes care to provide each and every customer with the high-quality, personalized services that they need. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to discuss your chimney removal project needs.

Chimney Removal Tips for Cambridge, MN

Tips for Removing Chimneys

How does the chimney removal process work?

Generally speaking, the chimney removal process can be done one brick at a time with a hammer and chisel, or more quickly with a mini-jack or impact hammer. 

  • Partial Chimney Removal: The partial chimney removal process is as simple as removing the chimney stack—the part of the chimney above the roof—until it is flush with the roof. From there, the hole is patched up to resemble the roof as much as possible.
  • Complete Chimney Removal: The complete chimney removal process includes removing the entire chimney stack as well as the chimney breast—the part of the chimney visible within the home. Complete chimney removal results in more than just a hole in your roof that needs to be patched. You may also have a hole in the floor or in the wall that needs to be patched, too.

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