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How is concrete driveway removal done?

The concrete driveway removal process may vary slightly from situation to situation, but is typically done like this...

  1. Most damaged area of driveway is located (This will be their starting point.)
  2. Dumpster truck/trailer is positioned nearby
  3. Concrete is scraped up, typically with excavator
  4. Concrete debris is dropped directly into nearby dumpster
  5. Pro works up and down the driveway until concrete is completely removed

How much does concrete driveway removal cost?

A typical driveway removal costs $2,000-$3,000+ on average, but this is dependent on the size of the driveway, whether or not the driveway was completed with reinforced concrete, where the driveway is located, local disposal fees, who you hire, etc.

Who should I hire to help with my concrete driveway removal?

When it comes to hiring a contractor for a concrete driveway removal project, we always recommend getting at least three estimates.

The goal is to find a contractor who can complete your driveway removal project properly and for a fair price.