Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Sarcoxie, MO

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A-1 Dumpsters and Cleanup LLC

Joplin, MO

A-1 Dumpsters and Cleanup LLC offers a wide range of demolition, dumpster rental, and junk removal services throughout the greater Joplin, MO area, including barn demolition! Having access to our own dumpsters keeps our disposal costs down, making us one... more

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Derek's Excavation

Stark City, MO

Derek's Excavation provides the Joplin, Missouri area with high-quality demolition and excavating services, including barn demolition. We are the best at what we do, and we take immense pride in providing exceptional services to each of our customers. more

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NEO Roll Off Service

Quapaw, OK

For cost-effective barn dismantling or deconstruction, NEO Roll Off Service is a top choice based in the Miami, OK area. We work closely with our customers to ensure they are in the loop every step of the way. Our crews... more

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King Backhoe & Dozer, LLC

Seneca, MO

Since 1995, King Backhoe and Dozer Service has been serving residential and commercial clients. Our team of professionals offers a variety of demolition services, including barn demolition, house demolition, commercial building demolition, and more. more

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How is a barn torn down?

There are multiple options when it comes to having a barn removed... Barn demolition is simple and straightforward. With the assistance of heavy equipment, like an excavator, the barn is torn to the ground, the debris is loaded into a dumpster or trailer, and it’s hauled away to the nearest landfill or recycling facility. Barn deconstruction is like reverse construction and is done by hand. Instead of tearing down the entire barn with equipment, the barn is carefully dismantled piece by piece so that as much wood as possible can be salvaged. It is a labor-intensive process and takes more time that barn demolition, so it typically costs more as well.

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