Hillsboro Concrete Removal Services
Also, text us a picture of what you want to be done for a free estimate.
In the yard debris category concrete removal is the most difficult. If you have a significant amount of concrete to haul and all you have is a truck, be prepared to take a ton of trips. To get rid of a sizeable amount of concrete, heavy duty tools and equipment is key to concrete removal.
The Most Affordable Concrete Disposal in Town
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Ernie’s Wagon Offers Three Options for Junk Removal:
Appointment Pick Up
Curbside Pick Up
You choose the day, we choose the time.
Only available for smaller pick ups.
The most affordable appointment option.
Place all your junk in the driveway, garage or curbside and enjoy the savings.
Let us carry all your junk to our truck.
When Concrete is in a pile we price it by Cubic Yard.
When hauling at least 4 cubic yards of concrete away, concrete removal normally costs between $120 and $300 per cubic yard but it can get significantly more expensive per cubic yard when the pile is very small or when it is very labor intensive to transport to my trailer. A cubic yard is about 50 square feet of flat concrete surface area, but can vary depending on the thickness. Note, one cubic yard is approximately the size of a clothes washing machine.
When a Concrete slab, walkway, driveway is broken up but still laying on the ground and has not been moved, then I price it by the square foot.
When hauling at least 200 square feet of concrete it normally costs between $3.50 to $5.00 per square foot but can be significantly more per square foot for small amounts or when it is very labor intensive to get the material to my trailer.
The First Factor is the location of the concrete
Concrete sitting on the curb is going to be cheaper than in the back yard.
The Second Factor is the pathway to the trailer
Concrete is not like other light yard debris where the pathway isn’t that big of a deal. Transporting concrete with just a wheel barrow is not ideal. At the very least concrete should be moved with an electric or gas cart. If there is a lot of concrete and there is enough room for a small skid steer then we can get rid of the concrete for less.
The Third Factor is whether there is rebar in the concrete
If you separate the rebar from the concrete it will save you money.
The Fourth Factor is the size of the Concrete Rubble
The size of the concrete should be manageable. We prefer concrete pieces that are 60 lbs or less but as long as the pieces are less than 80 lbs then it doesn’t cost any more. Pieces significantly over 80 lbs can cost significantly more.
The Last Factor is volume
A very large pile of concrete is going to be cheaper per cubic yard than a small pile.
Asbestos is common in some concrete but it is not known to be in driveways and walkways.
If you want to save the most amount of money as possible then place all of the concrete in a location where I can back my big truck and trailer up to it and load it.
All concrete gets recycled. Most of my concrete goes to metro transfer station where it is crushed and reused.
This pile was even bigger than it looks in the picture. There was about 9 cubic yards of concrete. The pathway was easy so I gave him a good deal. I only charged $900 because it was winter. The customer said I was the cheapest price he could find and he stated one junk hauling company quoted him about $2,400.
This job was nice because I could pull right up to it, which helps reduce the price significantly. It was a decent sized load about 3 1/3 cubic yards. I only charged $550 to haul this concrete rubble.
How Does Curbside Pick up work?
Curbside pickup is very simple. All you have to do is put the item/s anywhere outside where it is accessible and we will pick it up on the day of your choosing. Please have the item/s outside by 9 am. Curbside pick up does not come with an appointment.
When do I Pay for it?
On the day of pick up, I will text you a picture of your item/s in my trailer and ask for payment. Please make sure to make your payment by midnight that day.
How do I Pay for it?
We take Venmo
You can also pay with hidden cash. With the hidden cash, simply find a good place to hide the cash (like under the door mat, under a flower pot etc) and inform us of its location.
How do I place a Pick up?
To start Curbside pick up all you have to do is text the following to phone number (503) 702-4430:
All arrangements and communication will be performed using this phone number.