Concrete Demolition in Romney, WV

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  • All Demolition

  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

  • Commercial Building

  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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You're Callin' We're Hallin'

North Paw Paw Way, Cumberland MD 21502

My wife and I started this business August 1st, 2018. We started it to help people get rid of that stuff you don’t, won’t, or can’t get rid of. We are not here to judge you on what ...

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Spangler Excavating

Route 220 Highway, Bedford PA 15522

Serving Bedford and surrounding areas since 1996, Spangler Excavating does it all. Limited only by your imagination, our services include (but are not limited to): House demolition, concrete removal, dumpster rental, land clearing, and more.

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ER Excavating And Utilities Llc

3618 Us Highway 220 N, Moorefield WV 26836

ER Excavating and Utilities LLC is a family-owned company. We offer a variety of demolition services throughout West Virginia, including concrete removal. Our family values, high-quality equipment, and experienced staff allow us to provide high quality services.

Concrete Removal Tips for Romney, WV

Concrete Demolition Tips

How is concrete removal done?

There are many kinds of tools and equipment that concrete demolition contractors can use to break up and remove concrete. Two of the most commonly used tools are Bobcats equipped with a pneumatic or hydraulic breaker attachment and jackhammers.

Generally, the contractor will also bring a dumpster to the site. Once the concrete is broken, the Bobcat loads it into the dumpster and hauls it off to a landfill or recycling facility.

What does concrete removal cost?

The national average cost to remove a concrete driveway is $1,000-$3,000, but the price can reach as high as $5,000 in certain situations.

This cost includes breaking up the concrete, hauling away the concrete debris, and then leveling the area.

Your particular location, the accessibility of the site, how much debris needs to be disposed, permit fees, etc. will all affect your concrete removal cost.