Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Bock, MN

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Trinity Landscaping & Excavating Inc.

11988 30th St SE, Clear Lake MN 55319

Trinity Landscaping & Excavating is a licensed and insured wrecking company equipped to handle any size barn demolition project safely and efficiently (*We do not offer complimentary removal of barns). We’re a family-owned business established in 2000. We'll work closely with you to acquire necessary permits, abide by local codes and complete the job to your satisfaction.

All State Companies Inc

Serving Bock, MN

All State Companies is a licensed, insured and BBB Accredited business serving the Twin Cities. We offer competitive rates on barn demolition services for dismantling barn structures of any size. We specialize in residential demo, excavating and landscaping design. Get safe, accurate and affordable barn removal service with All State.

Herbst Excavating

4260 150th Ave, Clear Lake MN 55319

Herbst Excavating is proud to provide high-quality services for fair prices to the members of our community. Whether you need a barn torn down, a commercial building stripped out, or concrete removed, our experts have the experience and equipment needed to get it done.

Wruck Excavating

15096 102nd St, Becker MN 55308

Specializing in demolition and excavating services, Wruck Tony is prepared to meet all kinds of challenges that residential and commercial customers in Becker, MN face. They have the modern, well-equipped fleet needed to complete a wide range of services.

Carlson Property Services LLC

30105 Olinda Trail, Cambridge MN 55008

Carlson Property Services LLC takes care to provide each and every customer with the high-quality, personalized services that they need. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to discuss your barn demolition project needs.

Barn Demolition Tips for Bock, MN

Tips for Removing Barns

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 Find out more: