Drill several holes near the step’s edge to create a break-away section. The hammer drill with a chisel bit will help you create weak sections of concrete to be removed by striking with the 8 pound sledge hammer. Several swings will be needed to remove the concrete chunks.
How to Remove Concrete Step?
Removing concrete steps can be a challenging task. It requires the right tools, knowledge, and a bit of patience. Fortunately, the process of removing concrete steps is relatively straightforward. With the right materials and a bit of elbow grease, you can remove concrete steps from your property in no time.
The first step in removing concrete steps is to prepare the area. Clear all debris from the area, and make sure there is nothing blocking the steps. If the steps are partially buried, you may need to use a shovel to remove the soil around them.
Next, you will need to gather the necessary tools for the job. You will need a sledgehammer or jackhammer, safety glasses, gloves, and a cold chisel. The sledgehammer or jackhammer will be used to break up the concrete, while the chisel will be used to separate large chunks of concrete into small pieces.
Once you have all of the materials gathered, you can start breaking up the concrete. Using the sledgehammer or jackhammer, hit the concrete steps with a series of hard blows. You may need to apply more force to larger pieces