Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Shreveport, LA

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Pharr Brothers Inc

5110 Shreveport Blanchard Hwy, Shreveport LA 71107

Pharr Brothers Inc is a general contractor that has been servicing the Shreveport, LA area for over 60 years. We provide safe and efficient demolition services to a variety of clients, including both commercial and residential customers. Our wide range of services includes barn demolition.

Barcat Construction

7697 W 70Th St, Shreveport LA 71129

Locally owned and committed to our customers, BarCat Construction can provide personalized service at a fair price. We proudly serve Shreveport, Bossier City, and the surrounding Ark-La-Tex area, providing barn demo, house demo, and more.

Richie Contracting

4724 Larry Ln, Shreveport LA 71107

Richie Contracting is based in Shreveport, Louisiana and offers high-quality services for competitive prices, including barn demolition. Customers turn to us when they need straightforward services that aren't overpriced, and that's exactly what we provide.

David Strong Construction

9440 Linwood Ave, Shreveport LA 71106

Over the course of 30 years, David Strong has based his business on hard work, honesty, reliability, and quality craftsmanship. They specialize in concrete crushing, demolition, road boring, digging ponds, sewer installation, and more.

Barn Demolition Tips for Shreveport, LA

Barn Demolition Tips

How Barn Demolition Works

Oftentimes, the barn demolition process involves first tearing out the siding and then cutting small relief notches in the upright timbers.

From there, the skeleton of the barn is typically tied to a large truck and pulled down.

Once the barn is torn down, the timbers, roof, and other debris are removed.

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How Barn Deconstruction Works

Barn deconstruction is done by hand rather than excavators or bulldozers, making the process more labor-intensive than demolition.

Because of the labor and time involved, deconstruction is more expensive upfront than demolition. However, the barn wood salvaged from deconstruction can then be reused or resold to offset the cost of deconstruction.

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