I have a 10m long 2m tall brick wall that is need of tearing down and rebuilding. Normally I would look for a bricklayer but the wall is being pulled down by masses (8ft thick) of 10+ year old ivy so I need someone to clear that too. This will have to be done as one job as upon removing the ivy part of the wall will collapse. Any indication of costs would be great.
As this is removal of waste primarily, the cost of a 6 yard skip and 3 days labour for 2 men should suffice ... the price of rebuilding of the wall would depend on the quality of the existing foundation , whether you would require 4 or 9 inch wall and brick type of your choosing ...
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Hi - where are you located? Best have it reviewed on site - or send photos for an estimate. Type of brick will influence overall cost.
I would arrange for a skip to be put as close as possible and take down a bit at a time unless it safe enough to push over once cut all roots and if okay burn the gree part if not okay then arrange for its removal all down to footings check there sufficient then re build
Cost would depend on some factors, would you be using the old bricks to rebuild wall
Is the old foundation still in good condition to build on
You can usually find a company that does both as one job (like us) saves on costs and dealing with multiple trades
For myself to complete the job, would cost between £2000 - £2500