Established in 1948, Berkey Excavating has three generations of experience serving the Somerset area. We specialize in a variety of demolition services, including commercial demolition, barn demolition, concrete removal, and more.
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Ligonier Construction Co offers demolition services to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and nearby areas. We can tear down garages, homes, concrete, old factories, and more. We have the experience and the equipment to handle demo projects from start to finish.
Serving the greater Somerset, Pennsylvania area, Maust Excavating Inc specializes in excavating and demolition work of all shapes and sizes. We have the expertise and equipment required to complete concrete removal and so much more.
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What is involved with removing concrete?
Demolishing a concrete driveway, patio, or slab typically involves breaking it up, hauling away the debris, and grading the site. There are several tools that contractors use to break up and remove concrete. When most people think of concrete removal, they generally think of jackhammers, but Bobcats with hydraulic or pneumatic breaker attachments are more common. The contractor will often bring a roll-off dumpster to the site, but don't assume; make sure you confirm this with them. Then, once the concrete is broken, they will load the debris into the dumpster with the Bobcat and then transport the dumpster and debris to the nearest landfill or recycling facility.
How much does concrete driveway removal cost?
According to national averages, demolishing a concrete driveway costs around $1,500 but can reach upwards of $5,000 in certain situations. However, the cost to remove concrete can vary greatly depending on the amount of concrete being removed, local debris disposal fees, permit fees, your particular location, how easy it is to access the site, inspections, etc. You can potentially save money on your concrete removal project by recycling the concrete at a local recycling facility since recycling fees are generally less expensive than those at the landfill.