Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Kensett, IA

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Johanns Tiling & Excavating

Osage, IA

Family-owned since 1976, Johanns Tiling & Excavating has been proudly providing demolition services to customers all over Northern Iowa and Southern Minnesota. With many investments in equipment over our 40+ years in the industry, our team is equipped to handle a wide range... more


Mckiness Excavating Inc

Mason City, IA

McKiness Excavating Inc has been the premier demolition contractor in North Iowa for over 80 years through three generations of leadership. Our family-owned company values hard work, transparency, and reliability. more


Navratil Excavating, Inc.

Mason City, IA

Navratil Excavating, Inc. is a family-owned business serving North Iowa since 1976. Our skilled workforce and specialized equipment are designed to provide safe, cost-effective barn demolition in a timely and professional manner. more


Nieman Excavating, LLC

Kanawha, IA

Choosing Nieman Excavating, LLC means partnering with one of the top industry contractors who will deliver a personalized, seamless barn demolition experience from start to finish! more


RDS Trucking Inc.

Austin, MN

Throughout Austin, MN, RDS Trucking Inc. is known for our responsive, honest, and competitively priced services. We are committed to providing each and every one of our customers with the barn demolition services they need at a price that is... more

Barn Demolition Tips for Kensett, IA

Tips for Barn Removal

How much does barn demolition cost?

National averages show that it costs between $5,000 and $6,000 to demolish an average-sized post-and-beam barn (30 ft x 40 ft).

This average includes the cost of mechanical demolition and debris disposal.

The cost of barn deconstruction can double that since it requires more time and effort. Your barn removal cost will depend on the size of your barn, what it's made of, how easy it is to access, etc.

Who should I hire to demolish my barn?

The barn demolition contractor you hire should have the necessary equipment to take apart your barn and the proper licensing and insurance. They should come with positive reviews from other customers, too.

Ideally, you should get quotes from 2-3 contractors to ensure you choose the best person for the job.

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