Chimney Demolition in North Boston, NY

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Junk Escape & Demolition

877 George Urban Blvd, Cheektowaga NY 14225

At Junk Escape & Demolition, we will demolish anything needed inside or outside a residence, including chimneys! We work with banks, realtors, contractors, and homeowners to meet all their interior and exterior demo needs. Need a quick estimate? Send us details/...

You can count on the experience and hardworking crew at AAA Trash Be Gone to complete your project in a timely manner and at a competitive price. We’re a family-owned and operated residential wrecking service provider proudly serving the ...

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716 Southern Tier Dumpsters

149 Main St, Randolph NY 14772

716 Southern Tier Dumpsters is a young, hard working, family-owned demolition company that also offers junk removal in and around Randolph, NY. Speak with a member of our crew today to learn more!

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Mack’s Junk Removal LLC

879 E and West Rd, Buffalo NY 14224

When you choose Mack's Junk Removal LLC for your chimney removal, you can expect outstanding service for a great price. We do our best to adhere to a set deadline so that you can expect minimal disruptions. You can count ...

Chimney Removal Tips for North Boston, NY

Tips for Chimney Removal

Can I remove my chimney myself?

Chimney removal isn't extremely complicated, but that doesn't mean you should attempt to remove the chimney yourself. Attempting a DIY chimney removal could lead to structural damage to your home or serious injury to you. This is why we always recommend hiring a professional.

Does chimney removal require a permit?

Just like with any demolition, you'll likely need to get a permit before having your chimney removed.

Generally speaking, the contractor handling the removal will take care of this. But if you're removing the chimney yourself, be sure to confirm with your local zoning laws whether or not you need a permit to do the work.

Learn more: Find the Right Chimney Repair or Removal Contractor