Serving residential and commercial clients throughout Cayuga, Onondaga, and Madison Counties, Syracuse Environmental & Construction Group has more than 20 years of industry experience. We offer a variety of demolition services, including deck and fence removal.
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Ithaca Environmental & Construction Group has more than 20 years of industry experience. We offer a variety of demolition services, including shed demolition, mobile home demolition, deck and fence removal, and more.
Junk King Syracuse is a locally-owned and operated light demolition and junk removal company. We take almost everything from old furniture to appliances, e-waste, hot tubs, concrete, rocks, fences, and more. Contact us today to learn more or to get ...
T.P. Work Pro is a family-owned and operated company that offers light demolition services throughout Cayuga, Cortland, Tioga, Chemung, Schuyler, and Seneca Counties. Our company has a passion for salvaging and reusing old material to keep our communities healthier ...
CONTENTO'S is a full-service demolition provider offering safe, efficient residential demolition assistance on projects of all shapes and sizes. Our extensive experience has enabled us to successfully complete countless challenging, time-constricted projects. Reach out to us today to learn more!
Throughout Ithaca, Head's Excavating is known for providing high-quality demolition and excavating services. We provide unbeatable workmanship at a fair price. We have performed a wide variety of jobs over the years, including residential demolition.
J K Tobin Construction Company has experienced professionals using the latest technology to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget. We’re focused on being your first choice of demolition, offering house demolition, shed demolition, and more.
Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Cortland, NY
Tips for Deck & Fence Removal
How are chain-link fences removed?
- Starting at the end of the fence or with a corner post, the clamps holding the tension bar in place are removed by removing the nuts and bolts and then sliding the clamps up and off the post.
- The tension bar is then removed by unweaving it from the chain link.
- The chain link is then cut and rolled up, removing section-by-section until the chain link is completely gone and only the top rail and posts remain.
- If the top rail is fastened to a 'cap' at the corner or end post, the cap is removed.
- With the end cap detached, the rail sections can be twisted apart or cut into manageable sections with a reciprocating saw and a metal-cutting blade.
- Once the top rail is completely removed, the posts and cement footings are dug out of the ground.
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