We’re a licensed, insured and experienced demolition contractor offering “green” demolition solutions. Deconstruction Works is fully capable of taking down barns safely and efficiently in an effort to salvage usable building materials. We salvage, donate or recycle as much as 80% of the debris collected at job sites.
Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Newport, NH
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Serving the greater Manchester area, Gelinas Excavation has been providing high-quality residential and commercial services to customers since 1993. For more than 25 years, we have been performing barn demolition, concrete removal, and more.
Located in Meriden, New Hampshire, Mak's Trucking & Excavation offers exceptional demolition services. Our high-quality services include barn demolition, house demolition, concrete removal, and much more.
All Demolition & Asbestos Services LLC specializes in providing comprehensive demolition and asbestos abatement services to the Laconia, New Hampshire area. We offer the added advantage of two-fold services, allowing us to take a barn demolition project from start to finish safely and efficiently.
Throughout Manchester, Bianchi R. Peter offers quality demolition services, including barn demolition. We are committed to getting the job done right the first time every time. Our crew has years of experience in the industry.
Halls Excavation Inc offers high-quality residential and commercial demolition services to Bristol, New Hampshire and surrounding areas. We provide customers with barn demolition, house demolition, and much more.
Barn Demolition Tips for Newport, NH
Barn Demolition Tips
According to national averages, it costs roughly $5,000-$6,000 to demolish a post-and-beam barn that's 40 ft x 30 ft.
This $5,000-$6,000 average includes mechanical demolition and debris disposal.
Barn deconstruction costs can amount to double that (or more), but don't forget: The costs you re-coup from the salvaged wood may offset these prices.
The cost to tear down a barn depends on a number of factors:
- Removal method - demolition or deconstruction
- Barn size
- Materials used to build the barn
- Barn accessibility
- Amount of debris - non-salvageable vs salvageable
- Barn's location
- Contractor you hire to do the work
Learn more: It Pays to Have Your Barn Demolished