Residential Demolition in Asheboro, NC

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Lemons Backhoe & Loader

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Serving Asheboro, NC

Serving all of Montgomery County, North Carolina out of Troy, Lemons Backhoe & Ladder offers several services, fit for a wide range of customers. We specialize in demolition services of various shapes and sizes, but also offer excavation, grading, concrete removal, and hauling services as well. We will work with you to meet your needs, discussing various options with you to ensure you are completely satisfied without ever overpaying.

147 Kepley Cir, Thomasville NC 27360

In Thomasville, NC and nearby areas, McGhee Excavating & Bobcat Service is the company residential customers turn to for high-quality services at fair prices. Our team is dependable and capable of handling a wide range of residential demolition services, from full house removals to porches, decks, sheds, driveways, and more.

Serving Asheboro, NC

The hardworking team at Competition Moving & Junk Removal provide a wide range of services to customers throughout the Winston Salem area. We specialize in providing residential demolition services, dumpster rental, and much more.Our residential demolition expertise is in taking down structures, such as decks, fences, barns, sheds, swimming pools, concrete and more. 

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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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