Dumpsters Lynn Romero Trucking LLC specializes in oil field transportation, waste disposal, and heavy-duty trucking, while also offering top of the line demolition services. We take pride in offering the exceptional services for our fellow New Iberia community members and ...
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Savoy's Excavation and Demolition LLC makes the demolition process simple, easy, and affordable. We specialize in demolishing old barns, homes, mobile homes, sheds, garages, interiors, and much more. We can even tear up old parking lots for our commercial customers!
Ragin' Container Rentals, LLC is proud to serve Carencro, Acadiana, Baton Rouge, and surrounding areas. We work with both residential and commercial projects, including barn demolition. We understand that managing and reducing costs is important, which is why we offer ...
At C & S Unlimited, we take the time and attention to make sure that your barn demolition project goes smoothly from start to finish. We understand how unpredictable projects can be and we'll work with our customers through it all ...
Serving Lafayette, LA and nearby areas, DeRouen’s Heavy Equipment, Inc. is fully licensed and insured to serve the State of Louisiana. With an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, you can trust that our services are reliable, dynamic, ...
Established in 1989, FJS Building Repairs offers high-quality services at prices that are fair. They will work closely with you to find the solution to your residential or commercial projects. They offer services like demolition and building repairs.
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How much does barn removal cost?
On average, barn demolition costs $5,000-$6,000 for a 30 ft x 40 ft post-and-beam barn. This average cost includes mechanical demolition and debris disposal. However, the cost to tear down a barn depends on a number of factors:
- Method of removal—demolition or deconstruction
- Size of the barn
- Materials used to build the barn
- Accessibility of the barn
- Amount of debris—non-salvageable and salvageable
- Location of the barn
- Who you hire
Is there value in old barn wood?
Many barns were built decades in the past—sometimes more than 100 years—and contain valuable old-growth timbers, like columns, siding, and wood beams. This wood can be salvaged and used in constructing new barns, building one-of-a-kind furniture, flooring or siding, and much more.