Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Sylvia, KS

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Carl Erickson Concrete Inc.

Buhler, KS

Whether your property needs to eliminate trip hazards or is in need of structural repairs to maintain its integrity, Carl Erickson is ready to earn your business. Our experienced professional team will evaluate your needs and make sure your property... more


Mitzner's Bobcat & Trenching

South Hutchinson, KS

Mitzner's Bobcat & Trenching provides our customers with high-quality services, extensive knowledge, and responsiveness. We offer a stunning variety of demolition services, including barn demolition, concrete removal, and more.  more


Packebush Excavating

South Hutchinson, KS

Since 1975, Packebush Excavating has been providing clients with unmatched demolition and excavation services, including barn demolition. We ensure that your project goes smoothly. more


R and D Construction of Kansas

Hutchinson, KS

R and D Construction of Kansas is a general contractor providing services in Central Kansas. We specialize in construction, remodeling, renovation, and demolition projects. Contact us today to learn more or to get a free barn demo quote. more


Zolman Removal Co., LLC

Hutchinson, KS

Zolman Removal Co., LLC specializes in demolition, tree removals, pasture clearing, and more. Our team is professional to the core and is committed to customer service and workmanship. Contact us today to learn more or to request your free barn... more

Barn Demolition Tips for Sylvia, KS

Tips for Removing a Barn

Should I tear down my barn?

If your barn carries historical significance, e.g., if it was involved in a historic event, preservation should be the focus; not demolition. In some cities and states, destroying a historic structure is illegal; but even if it is legal, do you really want to destroy a piece of history? If your barn is historic, visit your state and local website, or your local library, to determine how historically significant barns in your area are handled.

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