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How is concrete sidewalk removal done?

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

  • Most damaged area of sidewalk is located (This will be their starting point.)
  • Truck bed or dumpster truck/trailer is positioned nearby
  • Concrete is scraped up, typically with jackhammer or a backhoe
  • Concrete debris is dropped directly into nearby dumpster
  • Pro works their way down the sidewalk until concrete is completely removed

How much does concrete sidewalk removal cost?

The average cost to remove a concrete sidewalk is $1,000-$2,000, or $3-$6 per square foot. Your exact sidewalk removal cost will depend on where you live, the size and depth of the sidewalk, who you hire, etc.

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

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

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