Longwood, FL-based ACCG, Inc. expertly does this difficult removal of concrete for residential and commercial/industrial/business/enterprise locations; as well as during and after concrete demolition. Concrete is heavy and removing it is an arduous job, including needing special set up to lift and haul it away. We have the expertise to handle such a take away concrete job!
Among the tools of the concrete trade used to demolish and remove concrete is the chipping hammer -- a handheld, pneumatic, percussive hammer. It delivers blows per minute (BPM) to a chisel or tooling that's inserted into the end of the tool. Chipping hammers are lightweight, and hand-held concrete breakers that can be easily positioned to break vertical and overhead surfaces. Via controlled chipping action, chipping hammers enable skilled operators to precisely chip away only specific areas (in other words, the scalpel approach rather than the shot-gun approach).
The same properties that make concrete desirable and durable also make it difficult to tear down to urbanite. We do concrete tear down, whatever the size and complexity of a concrete services project in Orlando, Lake Buena Vista, Clermont, Doctor Phillips, Kissimmee, Lake Mary, Lakeland, Windermere and the entire central Florida region.
Concrete is a strong material used for driveways, patios, sidewalks and house foundations. There are two basic kinds: unreinforced (a concrete slab) and reinforced (has rebar embedded). Both have a range of removal costs depending upon the following factors: location and size of the area, thickness and how difficult it is to get machinery to the work site.
If well-constructed, then concrete lasts for many years. Eventually and over time, however, natural occurrences like settling, movement and climate result in concrete cracking and failing. At that point, concrete may be neither safe nor aesthetically pleasing, so complete removal and cleanup could be necessary.
Not all concrete that is cracked or in rough shape needs to be removed. If the cracks are on the surface and the structure remains functional and in otherwise good shape, then it may be patched and resurfaced; usually at a lower cost than complete removal and replacement. However, the presence of deep cracks, frost heaves, sunken slabs or signs of major settlement are big indications that removal is the best and safest alternative. If unsure which route to take, then do a cost-benefit analysis and speak to our cement and concrete professionals.
ACCG professional and reliably completes the following:
Longwood, FL-based concrete contractor ACCG, Inc. accepts payments for our services via Zelle & credit card, too!