Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Keosauqua, IA

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Archer Skidloader Service

206 E Main St, Pulaski IA 52584

Archer Skid Loader Service, based out of Pulaski, IA, specializes in excavation, removal, and demolition services. Our staff of professionals can remove chimneys and pools, demolish kitchens and bathrooms, knock down barns and mobile homes, and much more.


Leichty & Son Construction Inc

1548 Henry Washington St, Mount Pleasant IA 52641

Leichty & Son Construction Inc goes above and beyond to provide each and every customer with high-quality services, including barn demolition. We possess the expertise, broad fleet of equipment, and project management skills needed to complete jobs properly.


Kinney & Sons Excavating

1105 W Washington St, Mount Pleasant IA 52641

Kinney & Sons Excavating is an expert grading and excavating company specializing in site preparation. Since 1946, we have been serving our community, providing residential, commercial, and agricultural services, including barn demolition.


Cole Construction Co Inc

24100 Queen Ave, Keosauqua IA 52565

Serving Keosauqua, Iowa and nearby areas, Cole Construction Co Inc is proud to serve residential and commercial customers. We are experts in demolition and construction, and we work hard to provide solutions to projects big and small. Our crew is ...

Barn Demolition Tips for Keosauqua, IA

Tips for Demolishing a Barn

Is barn demolition complicated?

The most common barn type in America is the English barn. Also known as a three-bay barn, English barns are constructed with timber post-and-beam framing and have three sections called bays.

Because these barns are made of timber, they are relatively simple to demolish or deconstruct, and much of the wood can typically be salvaged for money.

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