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Chimney Demolition
December 19, 2008
2:54 PM
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Yep, scaffolds and brick hammers is the safest way to keep from damaging the remaining structure. Make sure you start at the top! :D

December 18, 2008
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I think wrecknall pretty nailed it.

December 16, 2008
7:24 AM
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get ur self a LONG CHAIN and yank.. or you could take the recycle route, scaffold it and take it apart by hand (old school). palletize the brick for resale/reuse. plus less impact on lot than with dumpster and such

December 15, 2008
11:26 PM
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Hi, I'm pretty new to the demolition scene and a person has contacted me about having the chimney of their four square colonial home removed. What is the best and safest way to go about doing this? Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

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