Concrete Cutting Salt Lake
Concrete Demolition and Removal
Concrete demolition can be a long and pain-staking process. We remove the burden for you by taking on those long man hours and sore backs filled with sledge hammers and pry bars against concrete. Below you will find insight on how we safely, and as mess free as possible, remove unwanted concrete.
Each concrete structure is different, whether a concrete slab covering your driveway, or a concrete wall on a subsequent floor of your commercial or residential structure. Regardless of where you need the concrete removed from, we quickly break up and cart away the debris. Below are a few things you should know about what we do.
First, before contracting out help, take a good look at the project to determine if it makes sense to remove the concrete yourself. Concrete removal and disposal is labor intensive. If you are not in good health, try to avoid overexertion or hire help instead. However, self-removal may save you a bit of money. If you are handy with a sledgehammer, pry bar and wheelbarrow and have a few extra hands, then removing concrete may be your best bet. Keep in mind that removal costs $2-6 per square foot on average. Additional costs may be accrued since concrete disposal must be disposed of at specific facilities. If you are not sure whether you should do it alone or hire help, feel free to give us a call at (435) 222-5611. We are happy to provide a free quote after on onsite or over-the-phone consultation.
As for our approach, we use a variety of tools to get the job done. Smaller projects may require as little as a light jackhammer and sledgehammer. Larger jobs may require a pneumatic or hydraulic jackhammer, lifts, bobcat tractor and/or dump truck. Regardless of the job size, we have the resources to get the job size -- industrial, commercial or residential. As we setup and begin work, we take precautions to minimize the mess and prevent damage to surrounding structures. We section off the project site to prevent shrapnel, dust, and flying debris.
Lastly, as mentioned before, properly disposing of concrete means transporting the waste to approved disposal sites. Your standard landfill is not suited to breakdown cement/concrete via natural deterioration. Concrete and asphalt mills exist to break down the waste and repurpose the material for future waster. This type of disposal means extra costs. Other free options for disposal is to list it on Craigslist or KSL Classifieds for others to pick up and use, contact a landscaping company that uses recycled materials, or see if a local building supply company can reuse the material. Fortunately, our pricing includes collection and transportation of concrete waste and disposal by one of the means mentioned above.
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