Concrete Demolition in Monongah, WV

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Parrotta Paving Company, Inc

141 Brookhaven Rd, Morgantown WV 26508

Founded in 1961, Parrotta Paving Company, Inc serves West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and parts of Maryland. Our fleet of equipment and knowledgable staff can complete an array of services, including concrete removal. 

Anderson Excavating LLC

343 Williams Rd, Morgantown WV 26501

Anderson Excavating, LLC, is a regional leader in providing a range of demolition services. Centrally located in Morgantown, WV, our services extend throughout the tri-state area. We perform house demolition, mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and more.

Laurita Excavating Inc

729 Lazzelle Union Rd, Maidsville WV 26541

Laurita is known for their responsiveness and attention to detail. Their services include site preparation, grading, excavating, demolition, engineering, energy construction, reclamation, trucking, site utilities, and more.

Thralls Contracting

222 Tollgate Run, Waynesburg PA 15370

From pool and concrete removals to barn and commercial demolition, Thralls Contracting is your trusted source for unparalleled results. We hold ourselves to the highest industry standards to ensure jobs are completed safely and to customer satisfaction.

Concrete Removal Tips for Monongah, WV

Concrete Demolition Tips

Concrete Repair vs Concrete Replace Depending on the state of your concrete, you may be better off repairing the concrete instead of replacing it; and sometimes, it's the opposite. In general, complete concrete removal and replacement is your best choice when the concrete has several wide, deep cracks that are starting to settle on one side or are uneven, if part of the concrete is pushed up thanks to cold weather, or if the concrete is settling due to improper grading preparation. In these instances, it's best to replace the concrete rather than repair it. On the other hand, if there are just thin, hairline cracks with no evidence of settling, or the concrete is sunken because of excess weight being placed on the concrete, you should just repair the concrete, as it will be the fastest and most cost-effective option. Keep reading: Concrete & Asphalt Removal Cost Guide