Concrete Removal Contractors in Eagle Springs, NC

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VETS Easy Trash Service

6994 Westhaven Ln, Trinity NC 27370

If you have old structures to get rid of, like decks, pools, and sheds, bulky items, or heavy materials like concrete or appliances, hauling and disposing of this waste by yourself can be challenging at best, and dangerous at worst. ...

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Ta & Fantasy Contractors

918 Bruton Carpenter Road, Mount Gilead NC 27306

Ta & Fantasy Contractors provides light demolition and junk removal services of all types throughout Mount Gilead, NC and the surrounding areas. We provide offer concrete removal, garage and shed demolition, pool and deck removal, and so much more.

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DRC Hauling and Waste Management

366 Back Creek Terrace, Asheboro NC 27205

DRC Hauling and Waste Management specializes in junk removal and roll-off dumpster rentals, as well as light demolition. Our team is highly adaptable and able to accomplish whatever you throw at us. We provide optimal service and competitive prices while ...

Concrete Removal Tips for Eagle Springs, NC

Tips for Concrete Removal Projects

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.

Can I remove concrete myself?

Concrete removal is a simple, straightforward process if it's handled properly, but it is also backbreaking and potentially dangerous work. Plus, if you’re hiring a contractor to pour new concrete once the old concrete is removed, having them perform both jobs is more cost- and time-efficient than removing the concrete yourself.

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