Residential Demolition in Callender, CA

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  • All Demolition

  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

  • Commercial Building

  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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McCormick Demcon

848 West Century Street, Santa Maria CA 93455

McCormick Demcon is your trusted source for demolition services throughout Santa Maria, CA and the surrounding areas. We'll turn your demo challenges into opportunities, ensuring your project is completed efficiently and with the utmost care.

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Ayala Earthworks

884 Walnut Dr, Oxnard CA 93036

Capable of completing projects of all shapes and sizes, Ayalya Earthworks is competent in the site preparation industry, capable of completing residential demolition projects big and small. Our team is dependable and efficient in completing tear-downs, interior strip-outs, and more ...

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Ormonde Backhoe Service

325 E Ormonde Rd, Arroyo Grande CA 93420

Ormonde Backhoe Service has been providing premier demolition and backhoe services throughout the San Luis Obispo, CA  area for over 35 years. Our team of specialists is highly trained to perform the work we provide, including shed demolition, fence removal, and ...

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Kirk Construction

8830 Morro Rd, Atascadero CA 93422

Established in 2005 and serving the entire Central Coast, Kirk Construction is a general engineering and demolition contractor based out of Atascadero, CA. We perform deck and fence removal, shed demolition, and much more.

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Callender, CA

Tips for Deck & Fence Demolition

What material are most decks and fences made from?

The most common types of fences are wood, chain-link, and vinyl, but there are many other kinds, too, like aluminum, PVC, wrought iron, and even bamboo. The most common types of decks are wood, plastic, and even tiling. The removal process is different for each type, so they will vary in difficulty—and price—to remove. If your deck or fence is located in an area where soil has high clay content or is in a tight, narrow space, then removing it could be a serious pain, and you will more than likely want to ditch the DIY option for a professional.