Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Timewell, IL

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Gunn Construction Co

Camp Point, IL

Jerry and his son Jeff are the second and third generation owners of Gunn Construction, based out of Camp Point, IL., near the Mississippi River community of Quincy. Our company performs site grading, parking lots, culverts, lakes, roads, and... more

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Golden, IL

Founded in 1985, ADI has been in business for more than 30 years. We are an industry-leading entity across the Midwest in the excavation, demolition, and drainage arena. We perform barn demolition, commercial demolition, and more. more


Blick's Construction Co

Quincy, IL

Blick's Construction Co, located in Quincy, Illinois, has been in business since 1933.  We use our wealth of experience for a plethora of residential and commercial projects. From large-scale demolitions to backyard excavation, we've got you covered!  more


Caley Custom Construction Inc.

Quincy, IL

With years of experience and an unwavering commitment to customer care and satisfaction, Caley Custom Construction Inc. has become one of the most sought-after barn demolition teams in the area. Contact us today for a free consultation. more


Norton & Sons Contracting LLC

Quincy, IL

Norton & Sons Contracting LLC is a trusted resource for quality barn demolition services throughout Quincy, IL and the surrounding areas. Talk to us today to learn more and to get a free project quote! more


American Dirt Works

Liberty, IL

American Dirt Works is a family-owned company providing barn demolition services in Liberty, IL and the surrounding communities. We approach every project with the highest degree of professionalism in order to provide customers with the exact services they need. more

Barn Demolition Tips for Timewell, IL

Barn Removal Tips

Should I demolish my old barn?

Old barn wood is highly desirable in the furniture-making, construction, and flooring industries. So, if you have an old barn on your property, you may be sitting on a decent chunk of change. If you're considering demolishing your barn, first consider whether or not the barn is of any value. Because if it is, you should consider deconstruction as an option, because your barn wood could be worth money.

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