Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Iowa, LA

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Chaney Trucking and Development, Inc.

1662 Miller St, Lake Charles LA 70611

Chaney Trucking and Development, Inc. has been a family-owned and operated company since 1978. We provide a laundry list of services, including barn demolition.


Yancys Demolition LLC

306 S Lightner Ave, Iowa LA 70647

Yancys Demolition LLC is licensed and insured to provide high-quality demolition services, including barn demolition, interior demolition, garage demolition, house demolition, and so much more. Get a free quote today!

Since 1990, Ceaser Landscaping & Construction, LLC has been serving the community. Specializing in excavation and demolition, we can tear down barns, interiors, sheds, decks, and so much more.


Wilkerson Transportation

1633 Marshall St, Cameron LA 70631

Wilkerson Transportation is a privately owned company with offices in Cameron and Lake Charles, Louisiana. With over 30 years of experience providing a first class transportation, trash collection, and scrap iron recycling services. Wilkerson Transportation is a leading provider of waste ...

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Nexus 24/7 Services

15523 Wandering Trails, Friendswood TX 77546

Established in 1987, Nexus 24/7 Services has been providing high-quality services to the Houston, Texas area for more than 30 years, including barn demolition. We are a family-owned and operated company offering the best prices and customer service possible to our clients.

Barn Demolition Tips for Iowa, LA

Barn Demolition Tips

How much does it cost to tear down a barn?

According to national averages, it costs roughly $5,000-$6,000 to demolish a post-and-beam barn that's 40 ft x 30 ft. This $5,000-$6,000 average includes mechanical demolition and debris disposal. Barn deconstruction costs can amount to double that (or more), but don't forget: The costs you re-coup from the salvaged wood may offset these prices. The cost to tear down a barn depends on a number of factors:

  • Removal method - demolition or deconstruction
  • Barn size
  • Materials used to build the barn
  • Barn accessibility
  • Amount of debris - non-salvageable vs salvageable
  • Barn's location
  • Contractor you hire to do the work

Learn more: It Pays to Have Your Barn Demolished