Residential Demolition in Greenville, IL

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Deck, Shed or Fence
Serving Greenville, IL

Located in Southern Illinois and serving the surrounding areas, Bromley Excavating has been performing comprehensive demolition and excavating services since 1989, including shed demolition, deck removal, and more.

15939 County Farm Rd, Carlyle IL 62231

Based in Carlyle, Illinois and serving the greater Breese area, Diekemper Excavating specializes in excavation and demolition for residential clients. We can tear down structures of all shapes and sizes, including sheds, concrete, fences, decks, and more.

Serving Greenville, IL

Gelly Excavating & Construction, Inc. provides commercial and residential construction and demolition services throughout the Metro east area. We perform a wide range of services, including shed demolition, fence removal, and more.

George-s Hauling Service

George's Hauling Service

4.5
2 verified reviews
Serving Greenville, IL

No job is too tough for George's Hauling. We tackle small and large residential demolition projects including shed demo, garage, and fence removal. We are a full service clean out and removal company that is fully insured for your protection.

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Can I remove my deck or fence myself?

Handling a deck or fence removal yourself is possible, but it can be backbreaking work and shouldn't be taken lightly. However, if you want to save a bit of money and don't mind getting your hands a little dirty, consider handling only some of the deconstruction yourself and then hiring a contractor to do the tough stuff.

For example, remove the salvageable, easy-to-remove pieces of wood yourself, like the stairs, railings, fence rails, etc. Then, have a contractor help you remove the tougher stuff, like cement footings.

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