Founded in 2005, Patrick Miller Construction has earned and maintained a reputation throughout the Twin Cities area for providing exceptional customer service and workmanship. We offer a variety of services, including barn demolition
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Trinity Landscaping & Excavating is a licensed and insured wrecking company equipped to handle any size barn demolition project safely and efficiently (*We do not offer complimentary removal of barns). We’re a family-owned business established in 2000. We'll work closely with you to acquire necessary permits, abide by local codes and complete the job to your satisfaction.
Since 1991, TMS Companies has been serving the Twin Cities area. Our team of specialists can do it all, from barn demolition to house demolition, commercial demolition, oil tank removal, and more.
The team at A&C East Metro Junk Removal works hard to exceed customers' needs when they need dependable junk removal or light demolition services. We offer dependability, experience, friendliness, and professionalism. We have performed a wide variety of jobs over ...
A Morrell Trucking Inc is located in Saint Paul, Minnesota. They specialize in contract truck hauling, demolition work, excavation, and much more. They put their customers first, so you can rest assured that your project will be handled in a timely, professional, and friendly manner.
With 30 years of experience, Lloyd’s Construction is the demolition company to trust for your next project. They are experts in demolition, excavation, roll-off rentals, debris management, and many other services.
Commercial Container Corp. specializes in dumpster rental services and offers prompt delivery and reliable pick up services. When it comes to demolition, they can perform partial, structural, and interior jobs.
Since 1967, The Petersons' have been your hometown excavators. We build roads, dig basements, fix and install septics tanks, and a plethora of other services. We know the dirt of Scandia, MN. Let's work together to complete your project. Large or small, you've got you covered.
Fusion Enterprises was started by Cody Sheehan in 2011. We are a concrete and excavation company that is based out of Prior Lake, MN. We specialize in demolition, including barn demolition.
In St. Paul, Minnesota and nearby areas, T Mann Excavating Inc is the place residential and commercial customers turn to when they need barn demolition, excavating, chimney removal, and more.
Ray Anderson & Sons have been serving the community since 1950. We offer quality barn demolition services and treat every project with the respect it deserves. Contact our friendly staff to see how our wide range of services can be of assistance.
St. Paul residential and commercial customers turn to Friedges Inc. when they need services they can count on. We have been providing these services throughout the metro area and greater Minnesota for more than 40 years, including barn demolition, and more.
Trester has earned a reputation for providing reliable services to both residential and commercial customers. We take pride in offering professional services, including barn demolition, commercial demolition, and more.
H&T Trucking is a privately held company in Chisago County, MN. We have been serving residential and commercial customers for more than 8 years. We perform demolition as well as trucking services.
Since 1975, J-Reed Excavating, LLC has built a reputation for our reliability, communication, integrity, and knowledgeable staff. We specialize in excavation, demolition, and construction projects, including barn demolition, concrete removal, and more.
Serving Burnsville, MN and the greater St. Paul area, Minnesota Dirt Works specializes in all things demolition and excavating. Their crew is highly trained, consistent, competent, and hardworking.
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The most common barn type in America is the English barn. Also known as a three-bay barn, English barns are constructed with timber post-and-beam framing and have three sections called bays.
Because these barns are made of timber, they are relatively simple to demolish or deconstruct, and much of the wood can typically be salvaged for money.