Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Cannonsburg, MI

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Dumpster Divers LLC

921 36th St. SW, Suite 111, Wyoming MI 49509

Dumpster Divers LLC is a small demolition, dumpster rental, and junk removal company in the greater Grand Rapids, MI area. We cater our pricing and services to residential customers so that they get the highest level of service for their home projects, like barn demolition.

Constructors Incorporated

1965 Waldorf NW, Grand Rapids MI 49505

Constructors Incorporated has been providing the greater Grand Rapids, MI area with expert and affordable demolition services since 1986. Our wide range of services offered includes barn demolition, shed demolition, mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and more!

GVL Excavating

4570 Division St, Wayland MI 49348

Residential and commercial customers throughout Allegan, MI turn to GVL Excavating when they're in need of full-service demolition services. Our crew is highly trained to perform the work we provide, like barn demolition.

Cutting Edge Excavating

5182 Chicago Dr, Hudsonville MI 49426

Cutting Edge Excavating is a family-owned and operated company that has been serving the commercial and residential needs of the Grand Rapids area for over 25 years. We are an excavation company specializing in barn demolition, dozing, hauling, and so much more. 

Bratt Demolition & Construction

3367 28th Street Sw, Grandville MI 49418

Bratt Demolition & Construction is proud to serve West Michigan communities. We have the experience needed to complete barn demolition of all shapes and sizes in the Grand Rapids area.

Barn Demolition Tips for Cannonsburg, MI

Barn Demolition Tips

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