5:16 PM 11/26/2012
I live in petworth and have a slanted driveway that is too steep for my car. I want to remove the concrete and expose the dirt underneath for flowers or a garden. The end result would be to dig out the dirt and have a submereged patio. I'm looking for a contractor that would remove the cement first though.
You should look into the RiverSmart Homes program - one of the options they offer is to pay some of the cost of removing concrete from your yard. you can get up to $1000 to defray the cost of removing the impervious surface. green dot dc dot gov slash riversmarthomes .
12:07 PM 11/27/2012 | 0 Votes
I had a handyman remove the concrete pad from the back of my yard. He and another guy did it with some sledge hammers (I had expected it to be a more involved process than it was.) His name is Gustavo (240.468.2030) and he's very reliable.
2:56 PM 11/27/2012 | 0 Votes
I used Keith Donald a few years ago to remove our broken pad. 17034993297
6:13 PM 11/27/2012 | 0 Votes
If you still haven't found anyone (sorry for the late comment!), maybe try Action Junk Removal: http://trash-removal-washingto...nbsp;
I can't vouch for them first-hand, as we haven't used them yet - I found them on Yelp. We did get in touch with them to talk about estimates for concrete demolition and haul-away, and they were very responsive. (Ultimately we decided to wait a while longer, for reasons having nothing to do with them - but I'll be calling them again when we do need their services!)
11:55 AM 12/10/2012 | 0 Votes