Chimney Demolition in McClain County, OK

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Arbor Transport & Construction

1701 Countrywood Estates, Norman OK 73026

Arbor Transport & Construction Inc. is a WBE certified business that takes pride in offering family-oriented services which have a direct impact on the community. For instance, we’ll recycle brick from your chimney removal project or salvage brick for reuse. We’re a fully insured company that can handle any demolition project.

Acme Construction

400 Old Home Place, Yukon OK 73099

Acme Construction was founded in 2007 with our main focus being our customers' satisfaction. We are based out of Oklahoma City and can take on both small to large demolition projects, including chimney removal. Our close attention to detail and experienced crew sets us apart from our competition.

Washita Construction & Renovation Inc

527 W Oklahoma Ave, Chickasha OK 73018

Founded in 1998, Washita Construction & Renovation, Inc. is a proud, hardworking, and reliable woman-owned small business specializing in site prep construction for commercial, industrial, and government projects. We strive to provide outstanding customer service, ensuring that each and every ...

M & M Wrecking

860 S County Line Rd, Blanchard OK 73010

M & M Wrecking was founded in the 1950s. Throughout the years, we have evolved into a multi-faceted company capable of handling all your demolition needs, including chimney removal. Our staff is highly trained and safety-oriented.

Chimney Removal Tips for McClain County, OK

Chimney Removal Tips

There are two main parts of the chimney that you need to be aware of when it comes to chimney removal:
  • Chimney stack: the portion of the chimney that is visible from the exterior of the home
  • Chimney breast: the portion of the chimney that is within the home, below the roof
All chimney removal projects involve the removal of the chimney stack, but removal does not automatically involve the removal of the chimney breast. Whether or not the chimney breast is removed depends on the manner in which your chimney is installed, as well as your budget for the project.

Partial Chimney Removal

This is the most simple chimney removal method. It involves removing the chimney stack until it is flush with the roof and then patching up the hole.

Complete Chimney Removal

This chimney removal method involves removing the entire chimney—the stack and the breast. The holes left in the roof, wall, and potentially the floor are then patched.