Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Saint Albans, ME

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Gerald Mackenzie

Waterville, ME

Gerald MacKenzie General Contractor, Inc. has been in operation for more than 25 years. We have provided, and continue to provide, excavation and paving services for the state of Maine, including municipalities, industries, and thousands of homeowners in the greater central... more

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C.A. Strout & Sons

Bangor, ME

C.A. Strout & Sons is a Maine excavation contractor offering site work preparation and demolition to the Greater Bangor area, including barn demolition. Three generations deep, we can assist you with all aspects of residential and commercial projects. Contact us... more

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Want It Gone! Junk Removal & Demolition

Hampden, ME

Want It Gone! Junk Removal & Demolition has provided services to the Greater Bangor area for the past 30 years. We are ready to get the job done! Call us today or request a free quote for your barn demo project. more

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N.S. Giles Foundations Inc

Bangor, ME

Let the experts at N.S. Giles Foundations, Inc. get your project off to a strong start with quality barn demolition. Since 1998, we've provided quality services for homeowners and business owners in the area. Reach out for a free quote... more

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Whitmore Contracting Inc

Eddington, ME

At Whitmore Contracting, we offer residential and commercial services throughout Central and Downeast Maine. We are family owned and operated and take pride in our versatility and ability to satisfy our clients with quality work at a fair price. Contact... more

Barn Demolition Tips for Saint Albans, ME

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What is the value of barn wood?

The value of barn wood varies quite a bit, but generally speaking, wood is worth whatever a buyer is willing to pay for it. As a general rule of thumb, you can expect to get at least 5 times more for old-growth wood than you would for new wood of the same size. The most valuable wood includes chestnut, hickory, walnut, and old-growth pine, ax-cut wood, and hand-hewn timbers