Chimney Demolition Contractors in Santa Fe, NM

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Platinum Junk and Waste Removal LLC

320 County Road A11A, Las Vegas NM 87701

Platinum Junk and Waste Removal LLC is proud to serve all of Northern New Mexico, assisting with all of your demolition and junk removal needs. We specialize in providing quality services for an affordable price, including chimney removal. Contact us ...

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American Towing

PO Box 309, Santa Cruz NM 87567

American Towing is a towing and wrecking company based out of Santa Cruz, NM. They have the experience and knowledge to tackle your next project, whether you need a house torn down, pool removed, or vehicle towed.

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Rios Excavating & Wrecking

324 Camino Del Monte Sol, Santa Fe NM 87501

Rios Excavating & Wrecking is a full-service demolition contractor for residential and commercial clients. We have the equipment and experience to demolish kitchens, remove concrete, strip out commercial buildings, and much more. Reach out to a friendly member of our ...

Chimney Removal Tips for Santa Fe, NM

Tips for Chimney Demolition

How much does chimney removal cost?

Complete chimney removals cost $2,000-$4,000 on average. The cost of chimney removal includes removing the chimney stack and the chimney breast, as well as rectifying the resulting space. Because chimney removal involves filling in the new hole in your home, costs can vary quite a bit.

The price to remove your chimney could be more or less depending on:

  • Size and complexity of your chimney
  • Materials used to build it
  • Who you hire to remove it

If you have a bolt-on style chimney attached to the face of the house, it will cost less to remove than a chimney located inside your home. If your chimney is part of the structural framing of the house, you should expect the removal to cost more in order to make the necessary framing adjustments.

Could I remove my chimney myself?

It is much safer and more efficient to hire a professional to remove your chimney. Handling chimney removal yourself is more likely to lead to structural damage to the roof/home and could lead to serious injury. 

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