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What affects concrete removal cost?
The cost to remove concrete depends on:
- The amount of concrete being removed - The bigger and thicker the area of concrete is, the more it will cost to remove it.
- The disposal method and fees in your area - Recycling your concrete will save money because the disposal fees are much lower than at the landfill.
- The location and accessibility of the concrete - If your concrete is difficult to access with an excavator, it may cost more to remove.
Can I remove concrete myself?
Handling concrete removal yourself can save you money, but it can also be backbreaking and dangerous work.
Plus, if you plan on hiring a contractor to pour new concrete, handling the concrete removal yourself might actually end up costing you more in disposal fees.
Our concrete removal guide can help you determine which route is best for you.