With more than 15 years of experience in the demolition and construction industry, Spring Line Construction is committed to getting each and every chimney removal project done right! We strive to provide the best quality craftsmanship and customer service, in a ...
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At Cazier Excavating Inc, digging in your business is our business! We are a local excavation and demolition company that offers years of expertise, skill and knowledge of the industry. Safety is always of the utmost importance at Cazier. Our ...
B&S Demolition And Junk Removal provides a wide range of demolition services throughout the greater Roy, UT. Our waste residential and commercial demo services cover a wide range of projects, including chimney removal. Speak with us today for an ...
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What is the average chimney removal cost?
It costs between $2,000-$4,000 on average to have a chimney completely removed by a professional.
There are many factors that can affect chimney removal price, though:
- Chimney removal method
- Chimney size
- Whether or not the chimney is part of the structure
- What the chimney is made of
- Amount of debris
- Contractor your hire
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.