Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Des Moines, IA

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260 NE 44th Ave, Des Moines IA 50313

Since 1945, DeCarlo Demolition has provided safe and reliable residential, commercial, and industrial wrecking services in Central Iowa. Their team has expertise in mechanical and explosive demolition services.

12186 Carpenter Street, Carlisle IA 50047

Hibbs Excavating & Grading Inc. has over 34 years of experience in the demolition and excavation business and can help you with all of your project needs. They're your convenient and efficient solution for all things site preparation.

1901 Easton Blvd, Des Moines IA 50316

Serving the State of Iowa with reliable commercial, industrial, and residential demolition services, Iowa Demolition has 60 years of experience demolishing buildings, homes, and structures.

10760 NE 82nd Ave, Mitchellville IA 50169

Dave's Dozing & Excavating's work includes demolition of all shapes and sizes. We specialize in concrete removal, including slabs, footings, block, or poured walls. However, we also perform total demolitions, including barns, silos, houses, and more.

2175 NW 86th St, Clive IA 50325

Located in Clive, Iowa, Thorpe Excavating is an excavating and demolition company that offers comprehensive demolition services, including pool removal, oil tank removal, barn demolition, and more.

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Tips for Barn Removal

Barn demolition and deconstruction are relatively straightforward due to the simple nature of barns. Because of this, it isn't uncommon for owners to consider the project DIY-able. However, just because you can do the work, doesn't necessarily mean you should do the work.

Hire a professional who can handle the project properly and efficiently. Truly reputable barn removal contractors should have insurance and references from other customers who can attest to their ability to complete the work.

Comparing 2 - 3 contractors (or more) will help make sure you find the right contractor without overpaying. Discuss with each one who would be responsible for cleaning up the debris, whether or not they would collect the permits required to perform the work, and what would be included in the price. Getting quotes from multiple contractors will make sure you make the right choice.

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