Ridgeback Excavating LLC is a premier demolition and excavation company happily serving Kitsap County and surrounding areas. Motivated and experienced, we can remove chimneys, unwanted concrete, demolish commercial buildings, sheds, and all forms of interior spaces.
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Woodland Industries is proud to serve the Tacoma area and offers a wide range of services, including residential demolition, asbestos abatement, tree removal, and much more. They are fully bonded and insured.
Paul's Rockeries & Construction is an expert construction contractor qualified to perform a long list of commercial and residential demolition services, including chimney removal, structural demolition, interior demolition, and more.
Mosbrucker Excavating Corp is proud to provide the Seattle, Washington area with some of the best services available. Our experienced team is courteous and eager to assist you in your next chimney removal project.
Located in Seattle, Washington, Universal Junk Removal and Demolition serves residential and commercial customers throughout Washington, Northern Oregon, and Western Idaho. We specialize in comprehensive demolition services, including chimney demolition.
We specialize in providing excavation, demolition, and landscaping services with an unmatched level of attention to detail. Terrain completes projects of all types, including chimney removal, interior demolition, concrete removal, and more.
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Complete chimney removals cost $2,000-$4,000 on average.
The cost of chimney removal includes removing the chimney stack and the chimney breast, as well as rectifying the resulting space.
Because chimney removal involves filling in the new hole in your home, costs can vary quite a bit.
The price to remove your chimney could be more or less depending on:
- Size and complexity of your chimney
- Materials used to build it
- Who you hire to remove it
If you have a bolt-on style chimney attached to the face of the house, it will cost less to remove than a chimney located inside your home.
If your chimney is part of the structural framing of the house, you should expect the removal to cost more in order to make the necessary framing adjustments.