Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Wichita, KS

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Pearson Properties

221 N Church St, Burns KS 66840

Taking down a barn or outbuilding requires a level expertise which Pearson Properties can provide. We’re a fully licensed and experienced demolition contractor proudly serving the area since 1998. We utilize mechanical and manual demolition techniques to ensure the job is complete efficiently and most importantly, safely.

Bradburn Wrecking Company

3233 S Southeast Blvd, Wichita KS 67216

Bradburn Wrecking Company is proudly based out of Wichita, KS. For all your demolition needs, contact Bradburn Wrecking Company. They can safely handle house demolition, pool removal, and more.

Founded in 2014, our services include comprehensive demolition services for residential and commercial customers in the area. Our experienced, highly trained, and friendly staff of professionals can demolish houses, barns, and more.

Apex Excavating LLC

6031 N Prospect Rd, Wichita KS 67204

Apex Excavating LLC provides professional services to Wichita residents, businesses, and contractors. They specialize in excavating, land clearing, trenching, structural and house demolition, pool removal, and more.

Alan's Excavating

420 Lunger Rd, Augusta KS 67010

Alan's Excavating specializes in demolishing homes, sheds, pools, offices, and more. They also offer site preparation, concrete work, construction, land clearing, heavy highway, and mass grading.

Barn Demolition Tips for Wichita, KS

Tips for Barn Removal

Can I remove my own barn?

Barn demolition and deconstruction are relatively straightforward due to the simple nature of barns. Because of this, it isn't uncommon for owners to consider the project DIY-able.

However, just because you can do the work, doesn't necessarily mean you should do the work.

Because demolition work is dangerous, we always recommend hiring a professional to handle it safely.

Who should I hire to remove my barn?

Hire a professional who can handle the project properly and efficiently.

Truly reputable barn removal contractors should have insurance and references from other customers who can attest to their ability to complete the work.

Comparing 2-3 contractor estimates (or more) will help make sure you find the right contractor without overpaying.

Discuss with each one you speak to who would be responsible for cleaning up the debris, whether or not they would collect the permits required to perform the work, and what would be included in the price.

Getting quotes from multiple contractors will make sure you make the right choice for you and your project.