Jorgensen Solutions LLC is a small, experienced group of local demo pros who love tearing down structures and clearing properties. With virtually zero overhead fees, we always outbid our competition and are one of the most affordable demolition options in ...
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Keeny Excavating provides prompt, professional excavating and demolition services to the Woodward, Iowa area. We offer a variety of services to meet all your needs, including residential demolition, and go above and beyond for our customers.
Iowa Cleanouts Inc specializes in residential and commercial junk removal services as well as light demolition throughout our great state. We pride ourselves on working hard and getting every job done safely, correctly, and quickly. Our wide range of services ...
Serving Panora, Iowa and surrounding communities, Boxes to Go can remove old structures of all shapes and sizes, from small residential structures to large commercial buildings, including fence removal, shed demolition, deck removal, and more.
Youngren Excavating Inc proudly serves Boone, Iowa and surrounding communities, and we are committed to meeting their needs, both big and small. We specialize in all things excavating and demolition, including shed demolition, fence removal, and more.
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How are chain-link fences removed?
- Starting at the end of the fence or with a corner post, the clamps holding the tension bar in place are removed by removing the nuts and bolts and then sliding the clamps up and off the post.
- The tension bar is then removed by unweaving it from the chain link.
- The chain link is then cut and rolled up, removing section-by-section until the chain link is completely gone and only the top rail and posts remain.
- If the top rail is fastened to a 'cap' at the corner or end post, the cap is removed.
- With the end cap detached, the rail sections can be twisted apart or cut into manageable sections with a reciprocating saw and a metal-cutting blade.
- Once the top rail is completely removed, the posts and cement footings are dug out of the ground.
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