Concrete Demolition in Willmar, MN

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When it comes to reshaping a property to get the precise functionality or aesthetics you desire, Trinity can't be beat.   We have the knowledge and equipment to remove unwanted asphalt or concrete of any size.  We also help with any ...

At Hansen Concrete of Spicer, we offer dependability, experience, friendliness, and professionalism when it comes to demolition. We have the modern, well-equipped fleet of equipment and experienced staff required to complete all kinds of demolition projects, including concrete removal! Reach ...

Developed as a partner company to J&J Pumping in 1997, A&T Septic and Excavating Services is responsible for constructing septic systems, as well as performing demolition and excavating services in the Olivia, MN area.

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Gerald Whitcomb Excavating

59157 Us Highway 12, Litchfield MN 55355

No other company in the Litchfield, MN area offers more comprehensive services than Gerald Whitcomb Excavating. They specialize in demolition, excavating, and drainage services, making them the company to call when you need multiple services in one company.

Concrete Removal Tips for Willmar, MN

Concrete Demolition Project Tips

How much does concrete removal cost?

The average patio or sidewalk (200 sq ft) costs roughly $400-$600. However, the cost can be significantly more if the concrete cannot be recycled.

A typical two-car driveway costs approximately $1,500-$2,500 or more, but this is highly dependent on the size of the driveway. Also, if the driveway was constructed with reinforced concrete, it's more difficult to remove and will cost more to remove it.

The average concrete foundation generally costs around $2,000-$5,000.

Can I remove concrete myself?

Handling concrete removal yourself can save you money, but it can also be backbreaking and dangerous work.

Plus, if you plan on hiring a contractor to pour new concrete, handling the concrete removal yourself might actually end up costing you more in disposal fees.

Our concrete removal guide can help you determine which route is best for you.

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