Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Haugen, MN

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Gobel Excavating & Aggregate

4189 North Rd, Moose Lake MN 55767

Gobel Excavating & Aggregate Inc is an excavation contractor that has been servicing Carlton County, MN for over 15 years. We offer a wide range of services, including barn demolition. 

Ron's Classic Construction LLC

3186 Laketown Rd, Sturgeon Lake MN 55783

Ron Eaton, owner and operator of Ron's Classic Construction, LLC, is the premier general contractor in Pine county and beyond. We offer a plethora of services including thorough and safe barn demolitions. His dedicated team of professionals will provide you with unmatched customer service and craftsmanship. Contact us today to learn more about our barn demolition service.

Omar's Sand & Gravel

2067 County Road 61, Carlton MN 55718

Located in Carlton, Minnesota, Omar’s Sand & Gravel is locally owned and operated. We offer reliable demolition services, like mobile home demolition, house demolition, and more. We proudly serve residential, commercial, and industrial customers in Carlton County and South St. Louis County.

Dan The Tree Man

430 9th St, Cloquet MN 55720

The Duluth, MN area turns to Dan The Tree Man for all of their tree service and residential demolition needs. Our dynamic team of experienced professionals is able to provide a long list of solutions for our customers, including pool ...

Barn Demolition Tips for Haugen, MN

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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