Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Lake George, MN

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Zubke Excavating

11134 72nd Ave NW, Laporte MN 56461

Zubke Excavating is offering comprehensive excavating and demolition services to the Park Rapids, Minnesota area. Located in Laporte, we are proud to serve our community, providing barn demolition, concrete removal, and more.


Johnson Construction Company

1105 Town Hall Rd NW, Bemidji MN 56601

At Johnson Construction Company, we go above and beyond for our clients. Our goal is to exceed expectations while providing high-quality barn demolition services we are proud of. We communicate closely with customers from the beginning of a project to ...


Storlie Construction

31923 Us Highway 2, Cass Lake MN 56633

For 60 years, Storlie Construction has been a leader in the Brainerd, MN construction industry. The variety of high-quality services we offer includes barn demolition. 


Dyrdahl Construction Inc

41846 211th Ave, Bagley MN 56621

Dyrdahl Construction Inc offers a wide range of residential and commercial services. We approach projects with professionalism, ensuring that our customers receive the quality barn demolition work they expect.


North Country Excavation

7129 Irvine Ave NW, Bemidji MN 56601

North Country Excavation, based out of Bemidji, MN, is a full-service demolition contractor providing unparalleled concrete removal, grading, excavation, and more. Our goal is to exceed all customer expectations. Reach out to our friendly staff today to receive an estimate.

Barn Demolition Tips for Lake George, MN

Barn Demolition Tips

How much does barn removal cost?

On average, barn demolition costs $5,000-$6,000 for a 30 ft x 40 ft post-and-beam barn. This average cost includes mechanical demolition and debris disposal. However, the cost to tear down a barn depends on a number of factors:

  • Method of removal—demolition or deconstruction
  • Size of the barn
  • Materials used to build the barn
  • Accessibility of the barn
  • Amount of debris—non-salvageable and salvageable
  • Location of the barn
  • Who you hire

Is there value in old barn wood?

Many barns were built decades in the past—sometimes more than 100 years—and contain valuable old-growth timbers, like columns, siding, and wood beams. This wood can be salvaged and used in constructing new barns, building one-of-a-kind furniture, flooring or siding, and much more.

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