Concrete Demolition in Brantingham, NY

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Marzano Excavating

Watertown, NY

Marzano Excavating offers Watertown, Ft. Drum, Jefferson County, St. Lawrence County, and Lewis County areas of New York with residential and commercial demolition, including concrete removal, commercial structure demo, and more. more

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Murphy Excavating Corporation

New Hartford, NY

Murphy Excavating is a family owned and operated company serving Central New York since 1952. They offer complete residential and commercial services. Their services include home and pool demolition, land clearing, excavating, and more. more

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Kempney Trucking & Excavating

Carthage, NY

Kempney Trucking & Excavating offers a variety of services to Watertown, New York area residents and business owners. We are efficient in completing concrete removal on schedule and within customers' intended budget. more

Concrete Removal Tips for Brantingham, NY

Tips for Concrete Demolition

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.

When should I remove concrete instead of repair it?

You should consider replacing your concrete if it has any of the following:

  • Several cracks - deep, wide cracks that are uneven or settled on one side
  • Frost heave - sections of the concrete are pushed up due to frost that occurs in colder climates
  • Settled concrete - caused by the sub-grade's improper preparation

You may be able to get away with simply replacing the concrete if it only has:

  • Hairline cracks - small, thin cracks with no evidence of settling
  • Sunken concrete - caused by heavy equipment or load (e.g., a heavy dumpster) that was placed on the concrete

Find out more: How to Choose the Right Concrete Removal Contractor