Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Atchison County, KS

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Riley's Mobile Home Service, LLC

4648 NW Rochester Rd, Topeka KS 66617

For over 10 years, Riley's Mobile Home Service, LLC has been specializing in mobile and manufactured home repair and demolition services throughout the greater Topeka, KS area, including barn demolition.

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Junior's Construction

26994 Holt 270, Forest City MO 64451

Junior's Construction knows what it takes to provide demolition, remodeling, and construction services in a professional and accurate manner. Our team of pros is friendly, upfront, and committed to excellence. We take pride in providing our community with high-quality services ...

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Madget Demolition Inc

2425 S 6th St, Saint Joseph MO 64501

Madget Demolition Inc is a third-generation family owned company with more than 55 years of experience. We take pride in providing an exceptional customer experience and quality barn demolition services.

Environmental Remediation & Monitoring is the greater Meriden, Kansas area's go-to source for remediation and demolition services. Our team of specialists is highly trained and able to demolish barns, houses, and much more.

Barn Demolition Tips for Atchison County, KS

Barn Removal Tips

Should I demolish my old barn?

Old barn wood is highly desirable in the furniture-making, construction, and flooring industries. So, if you have an old barn on your property, you may be sitting on a decent chunk of change. If you're considering demolishing your barn, first consider whether or not the barn is of any value. Because if it is, you should consider deconstruction as an option, because your barn wood could be worth money.

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