Residential Demolition in Willmar, MN

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Trinity Landscaping & Excavating, Inc. specializes in helping homeowners redesign their lawn, garden and backyard. We can help with landscaping, concrete work, excavation, site work, exterior residential demolition and more. We’re a family owned and operated business serving residents of ...

At Hansen Concrete of Spicer, we offer dependability, experience, friendliness, and professionalism when it comes to demolition. We have the modern, well-equipped fleet of equipment and experienced staff required to complete all kinds of demolition projects, like shed demolition, deck ...

Developed as a partner company to J&J Pumping in 1997, A&T Septic and Excavating Services is responsible for constructing septic systems, as well as demolition and excavating services in the Olivia, MN area. In 2000, the two companies ...

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Gerald Whitcomb Excavating

59157 Us Highway 12, Litchfield MN 55355

No other company in the Litchfield, MN area offers more comprehensive services than Gerald Whitcomb Excavating. We specialize in demolition, excavating, and drainage services, making us the company to call when you need multiple services in one. By offering multiple ...

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Vreeman Construction Co

2650 Highway 12 E, Willmar MN 56201

Providing quality services since 1958, Vreeman Construction is proud to offer several key services in West Central Minnesota. We specialize in a variety of construction-related services, including excavation, demolition, hauling, drainage and septic systems. Chances are, we have the right solution ...

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Willmar, MN

Tips for Deck & Fence Removal

How are chain-link fences removed?

  • Starting at the end of the fence or with a corner post, the clamps holding the tension bar in place are removed by removing the nuts and bolts and then sliding the clamps up and off the post.
  • The tension bar is then removed by unweaving it from the chain link.
  • The chain link is then cut and rolled up, removing section-by-section until the chain link is completely gone and only the top rail and posts remain.
  • If the top rail is fastened to a 'cap' at the corner or end post, the cap is removed.
  • With the end cap detached, the rail sections can be twisted apart or cut into manageable sections with a reciprocating saw and a metal-cutting blade.
  • Once the top rail is completely removed, the posts and cement footings are dug out of the ground.

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