This is pretty much the flagship service that we offer since it really contemplates most of the things that we work and really mold them into one. When you originally lay out a concrete structure you have to do a proper work in making sure that the surface is ready to receive the concrete. Otherwise, you are going to continue experiencing problems with your concrete surface. It is going to crank, sink and just about anything that can go wrong with it will go wrong with it. This actually happens to a lot of people and they get fed up and they ultimately decide to move the concrete and go with something else in its place. That is where our removal services come in!
Removing A Concrete Structure
This is a very common procedure so to speak that people that have paths in the middle of their lawn want to have done. Since the concrete and the grass or trees around may be in a constant battle. The main thing here though is to be able to remove the concrete and fill up that area quickly. You will probably be surprised at times how deep concrete installations actually run. Until you want to remove them and are left with a crater in your lawn!
How Long Will This Service Take?
People sometimes are very eager to plant their new garden or do whatever it is that they are going to do in the space left behind by the concrete structure. So they want to know how long we will take to remove it. What we can say is that smaller areas can usually be removed within a couple of hours. The larger the size of the job the more it may take. Remember though, we are saying a couple of hours because the tools that we possess allow us to work fast. Doing the job on your own can be more difficult and time-consuming.
As we’ve said there are multiple factors that can definitely contribute towards concrete deteriorating and breaking off or giving you problems. Most of the time the things that can cause the greatest damage is an excess amount of water or moisture near the concrete. The second main issue has to do with the installation actually. If it was not done properly you are automatically going to have more problems. You’d be surprised how many of those issues we find. The thing here is that both problems need to be fixed before we lay down new concrete otherwise the problem will come back sooner rather than later. With moisture, the issue is usually related to a broken pipe system.
Asphalt Over Concrete?
We are obviously concrete guys and we chose it over asphalt 9 times out of 10. After all, concrete is more durable, gives you a better look and is better overall. If in a rare case though the ground below is in excessive and constant motion so much so that any concrete structure will need many repairs asphalt may be your best choice.