Chimney Demolition in Millsap, TX

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Lone Star Trucking and Excavation

4200 South Freeway ste 225, Fort Worth TX 76115

Lone Star Trucking and Excavation is the locally trusted demolition contractor since 2006. Our team of skilled demolition specialists are ready to tackle total-structure demolitions, concrete demo projects, and much more. We'll give your job the attention it deserves and bring ...

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PJR Construction

721 Salida Rd, Haslet TX 76052

PJR Construction specializes in quality demolition, excavating, and site preparation services. Our team is experienced and ready to assist you with your next project. When you need quality services at a fair price, turn to PJR! Reach out to us ...

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Dolphin Demo

3629 Rogene St, Fort Worth TX 76180

Dolphin Demo is the top one choice for residential and commercial demolition throughout the greater Fort Worth, TX area. Our crew is fast, safe, and reliable. If you're in need of chimney removal, our crew can make your property dreams ...

LCB Landy Excavation LLC is a family-owned and operated demolition company with over 30 years of experience. We offer a wide range of services including land clearing, trenching, septic services, oil tank removal, house and building demolition. We stay ahead ...

Chimney Removal Tips for Millsap, TX

Chimney Removal Tips

How does chimney removal work?

There are two main parts of a chimney—the chimney stack and the chimney breast. The chimney stack is the part of the chimney that extends above the roof—the part visible from outside the home. The chimney breast is the part of the chimney that is visible from within the home.

Partial and complete chimney removal both involve removing the chimney stack, but only complete chimney removal involves removing the chimney breast too. Both methods have their pros and cons, so you will have to compare them to determine which removal method is best for you.

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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