Chimney Demolition Contractors in Nitro, WV

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Echo Inc.

100 Kingbrook Est, Charleston WV 25312

Echo, Inc. is a family-owned and operated demolition company with an excellent reputation among homeowners, contractors, and commercial property owners alike. Our reputation has been earned over 25 years by providing unparalleled customer service, quick job turn-around, and competitive pricing. ...

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Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors

95 Casdorph Rd, Charleston WV 25312

In the Charleston, West Virginia area, Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors is known for our attention to detail and customer service. We offer distinctive services that keep customers returning to us, including chimney removal.

Since 2008, Evelyn's Enterprises has grown to become a full-service junk removal company and small demolition and dumpster rental company. We offer residential and commercial services of all sizes to Ashland, Kentucky to Charleston, West Virginia and the surrounding areas. Contact ...

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What is involved in chimney removal?

There are two primary 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 and is visible from outside the home. The chimney breast is the part of the chimney that extends below the roof and is visible within the home.

All chimney removal projects involve the removal of the chimney stack, but not all chimney removal projects involve chimney breast removal.

The size of the chimney, the complexity of the work, and other factors will play a role in the total cost of your chimney removal project.

How much does chimney removal cost on average?

On average, it costs $2,000-$4,000 to remove a chimney.

However, chimney removal cost depends on a number of factors, including:

  • Type of chimney removal method you choose—full or partial
  • Size of the chimney
  • Materials used to build the chimney
  • Amount of debris
  • Whether or not the chimney is part of the structure
  • Contractor you hire