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Residential Demolition in Whitefield, ME
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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 ...
Rossignol's Excavating was founded in 1974 and has been serving the Central Maine region for more than 45 years. We are a small company specializing in residential and small commercial projects, including deck, shed, and fence demolition.
R & S Excavation is proud to serve the greater Lewiston, Maine area, and we have been doing so since 1986. We serve Kennebec, Androscoggin, Cumberland, and Oxford Counties, providing demolition services, like fence removal, shed demolition, and more.
Ray Labbe & Sons, Inc. is a family-owned and operated construction company that has been providing the mid-coast area of Maine with quality and affordable services since 1955. Our construction team brings expertise in many areas, including residential demolition, site work, paving, ...
St. Laurent & Sons Excavating, Inc. has been providing demolition services to the Lewiston, ME area for almost 50 years. Our experienced team is able to provide a range of services, including deck removal, fence removal, and shed demolition.
A & H Properties has the equipment to provide all types of demolition work, including deck and fence removal. Our team of experts has years of experience, allowing us to successfully and safely complete projects of all shapes and sizes.
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Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Whitefield, ME
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Can I reuse the wood from my deck or fence removal?
Removing your deck or fence doesn't have to involve destroying it in the process. The lumber used in decks and fences is quite valuable—weathered wood is ideal for a variety of DIY projects and can be reused for countless purposes. You can completely transform your old fence or deck into landscaping trim, a table, bench, headboard, picture frame, or nearly anything else you can think of (or you could simply sell the wood to someone else).
The deck removal process involves:
- Removing all railings and stairs
- Removing the deck boards
- Removing the deck's legs
- Removing the concrete feet from the ground
The fence removal process involves:
- Removing the fence gates
- Removing the fence pickets
- Removing the fence posts
- Removing the fence post footings (optional, but recommended)
A professional could remove the average deck or fence in 4 hours or less, but if you attempt to do it yourself, expect it to take close to a full day (or more).