Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Sioux City, IA

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Triple D Contracting, Inc.

1478 Emmett Ave, Lawton IA 51030

At Triple D Contracting, Inc., we own excavators, side dumps, payloads, and skid steer loaders with the ability to knock down and haul away anything from barns to multi-story buildings. Don't hesitate to contact us today to get a free ...

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V's Fresh Start Cleaning LLC

207 Kansas St, Wakonda SD 57073

V's Fresh Start Cleaning LLC is a locally-owned and operated business specializing in several key services for homeowners and businesses, including light demolition, junk removal, and commercial waste removal. Our light demo services include deck removal, fence removal, shed demolition, ...

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Campbell Grading Shop

48182 330th St, Jefferson SD 57038

Campbell Grading Shop serves the Dakota Dunes area and surrounding communities. We offer an unparalleled commitment to customer satisfaction and work diligently to provide the level of service customers have come to expect from our team. We ...

Barn Demolition Tips for Sioux City, IA

Tips for Removing a Barn

How is a barn torn down?

When it comes to getting rid of an unwanted barn, especially if it doesn't have a significant amount of salvageable materials, traditional demolition is the most popular option, but it isn't the only option.

 

Option 1: Barn Demolition

Barn demolition is about as straightforward as it comes. With the help of heavy equipment, like a bulldozer or excavator, the barn is torn down from top to bottom, the debris is loaded into a dumpster and hauled away, and the site is leveled.

 

Option 2: Barn Deconstruction

Unlike barn demolition, barn deconstruction is performed by hand. Instead of bulldozing the entire barn, it is carefully dismantled piece by piece in order to salvage as much wood as possible. The deconstruction process is more labor-intensive than demolition. In other words, barn deconstruction takes more time and costs more money than barn demolition. Keep in mind though that the extra time and money it takes to deconstruct a barn can pay off in the end. If you plan on selling the salvaged barn wood, the money recouped could offset the cost of barn deconstruction. In the right cases, you could basically have your barn removed for little to no cost, while keeping material out of our landfills and our environment clean.