Concrete Removal Service in Farmington Hills, MI
As concrete progresses through its lifecycle, some areas can deteriorate and may need to be removed and replaced. Evaluate the area for underlying problems to determine if you need to renovate or reconstruct your concrete structures.
If you are renovating or reconstructing an area in your facility, you may need to have the existing concrete removed before new construction can take place. Age, heavy traffic or weather elements can damage concrete beyond repair.
Concrete removal is a meticulous process that requires an understanding of the material and care not to damage underground utilities like water or gas lines. The concrete removal process begins with saw cutting and excavating the damaged concrete into manageable blocks to the specified depth below the existing grade before transportation to a legal dump site for disposal.
Why choose Merlo Construction?
Merlo Construction is MDOT-certified with over 25 years of experience. We can handle every step of the process including demolition, concrete removal, asphalt removal, erosion control, clearing, and land balancing. We have the skills to work on all types of commercial projects including stormwater retention systems, sanitary sewers, and emergency repairs.
Technology and high-tech equipment are an important part of our concrete removal service, helping us complete the job on time and within budget. We use top-of-the-line technology like 3D modeling and GPS systems to make sure we are conducting projects as efficiently as possible.
The quality of our service and craft speaks for itself. Our highly trained team will be with you every step of the way, from creating a personalized estimate to clearing the site once we’ve finished the job, with as little disruption and downtime to your business as possible.
If you are looking for a commercial concrete removal contractor, Merlo Construction is here for you. We want to help you with your next construction project in Michigan or one of the surrounding states. Contact us today.