Concrete Removal Greenville SC

Modern Concrete Contractors are the Concrete Removal Experts in Greenville, SC.

Concrete Removal Greenville SC

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Concrete Removal Experts

Modern Concrete Contractors of Greenville, SC knows that your concrete driveway, concrete patio, concrete sidewalk, or concrete building slab will begin to crack over time. At this point, you will turn to the experts to determine if you need concrete removal or repair. The first step in providing homeowners a new driveway is tearing out the current one. Concrete removal is not a do-it-yourself project. If you do not have many years of experience and a deep understanding of concrete removal, contact a concrete expert! Our team is licensed and insured and has many years of experience in concrete removal. We only use top-of-the-line machinery to ensure that your job is performed properly.

Concrete Removal Greenville SC

Looking For A Local Concrete Removal Company Near Me?

Modern Concrete Contractors is locally owned and operated in Upstate, South Carolina. Modern Concrete Contractors services the Upstate, including Greenville, Greer, Taylors, Simpsonville, and more! Our list of services includes residential concrete driveways, patios, stamped concrete, sidewalks, and building slabs. We also provide concrete removal. Our team at Modern Concrete Contractors takes great pride in bringing the highest quality customer service to your home. The concrete we use is 4,000 PSI commercial fiber, which extends the life of your driveway. This also gives our clients peace of mind that their concrete is structurally sound. Call our team today for a free quote!

Concrete Removal

Benefits Of Having Your Concrete Removed

When should you have the concrete removed? If your driveway, patio, or slab has severe cracking or has worn down through years of use, it is time to remove that concrete. If you have a concrete building slab that has begun to crack or has begun to sink, this concrete will need to be removed. It is always a great idea to remove your worn-down, sunken concrete before it begins to impact your landscape. Working with Modern, you will have a team with all the correct machinery to make certain that your concrete is removed correctly. You will not have to worry about getting all the right tools. You will not worry about spending a large amount of your free time doing it yourself. Concrete removal is backbreaking work even with all the right tooling, so let Modern do the work for you.

Broken Concrete Removal Greenville SC

Concrete Removal Greenville

Concrete Removal

Our team utilizes professional equipment to break up and remove your old concrete driveway or slab. If you’re looking for a thorough concrete company, Modern Concrete Contractors will get the job done right.

Concrete Experts in Greenville

Modern Concrete Contractors proudly serves the Greenville, SC area. We have years of experience removing and fixing cracked concrete slabs and driveways. Our team of professionals is here to help with your next project. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed

Modern Concrete Contractors guarantees satisfaction on all jobs that we complete. We go the extra mile in everything that we do including concrete removal. With quality that you can count on, we should be your first choice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Modern Concrete Contractors offer premier residential and commercial concrete services. Our team is local, licensed, and insured to tackle any concrete removal project thrown our way.

If your driveway, patio, or slab has severe cracking or has worn down over time, it is time to replace it. If you have a concrete building slab that has started to crack or sink, this concrete must be removed. It is always a good idea to remove worn-down, sunken concrete before it has a negative impact on your landscape.

Extreme temperatures make it difficult to cure concrete properly. On hot days, evaporation from newly placed concrete loses an excessive amount of water. When the temperature falls dangerously close to freezing, hydration comes to a halt.Concrete loses strength and other desirable properties under these conditions. During the curing period, the temperature of new concrete should not be allowed to fall below 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius).

Yes, depending on the size and extent of the damage, a concrete driveway can be repaired. While replacements often last longer than repairs, a part of your concrete can be removed and replaced to correct existing damage on your driveway.

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