Residential Demolition in Plato, MO

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Bubba's Hauling and Handyman Services

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Edgar Springs, MO

Bubba's Hauling and Handyman Services does it all! We have the experience and equipment needed to safely and efficiently complete a number of different projects, including shed demolition, deck removal, fence removal, and more. With over 20 years of experience, our... more


Pridemore Excavating

Mountain Grove, MO

Serving the greater Mountain Grove, Missouri area, Pridemore Excavating specializes in providing comprehensive demolition and excavating services. Our team is qualified to deal with the biggest and smallest demo projects, including shed demolition, deck removal, and more. more


Magnum Land Clearing‎

Lebanon, MO

Magnum Land Clearing specializes in demolition and land clearing services of all shapes and sizes. We can demolish and remove sheds and fences, tear down sheds, and more with ease and efficiency. more


Spartan Services, LLC

Saint Robert, MO

At Spartan Services, LLC, we perform a variety of residential demolition services for our customers' convenience, like shed demolition, fence removal, deck removal, and more. Contact us today for a free quote. more


Dotson Excavating

Cabool, MO

Dotson Excavating is proud to be a local, family-owned business providing services in Cabool, MO and surrounding areas. Our fleet of state-of-the-art equipment allows us to offer a wide range of services, including residential demolition.  more

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Plato, MO

Tips for Deck & Fence Demolition

What material are most decks and fences made from?

The most common types of fences are wood, chain-link, and vinyl, but there are many other kinds, too, like aluminum, PVC, wrought iron, and even bamboo. The most common types of decks are wood, plastic, and even tiling. The removal process is different for each type, so they will vary in difficulty—and price—to remove. If your deck or fence is located in an area where soil has high clay content or is in a tight, narrow space, then removing it could be a serious pain, and you will more than likely want to ditch the DIY option for a professional.