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.

Heartland Dumpster Rental

2301 S Mead St, Wichita KS 67211

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 Demolition Projects

How much does barn demolition cost? The cost of barn demolition depends on the type of demolition. A total demolition using heavy machinery is quick and relatively inexpensive, costing $8,000 or less on average. On the contrary, manually deconstructing the barn to salvage old barn wood costs $10,000 or more on average due to the increased labor and man hours required. However, selling the salvaged barn wood can recoup much of these costs. Your barn removal cost will vary depending on:
  • Barn location
  • Size of the barn
  • Removal method - deconstruction or demolition
  • Barn's accessibility
  • Who you hire to remove the barn