Barn Dismantling and Demolition in El Duende, NM

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American Towing

Santa Cruz, NM

American Towing is a towing and wrecking company based out of Santa Cruz, NM. They have the experience and knowledge to tackle your next project, whether you need a house torn down, pool removed, or vehicle towed. more

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Marcon Excavating Inc

Los Alamos, NM

Marcon Excavating has been providing earth moving and construction services for over 20 years. We have the expertise, equipment, and staff to complete your large commercial or residential building project. We're a licensed and insured general contracting company, so our customers... more

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Mark Angelo Lopez LLC

Santa Fe, NM

Mark Angelo Lopez LLC is an infrastructure and land development construction company that also offers a wide variety of residential demolition services throughout Santa Fe, NM, including barn demolition, concrete removal, and much more! more

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Rios Excavating & Wrecking

Santa Fe, NM

Rios Excavating & Wrecking is a full-service demolition contractor for residential and commercial clients. We have the equipment and experience to demolish kitchens, remove concrete, strip out commercial buildings, and much more. Reach out to a friendly member of our... more

Barn Demolition Tips for El Duende, NM

Barn Demolition Tips

How does barn demolition work?

Oftentimes, the barn demolition process involves first tearing out the siding and then cutting small relief notches in the upright timbers. From there, the skeleton of the barn is typically tied to a large truck and pulled down. Once the barn is torn down, the timbers, roof, and other debris are removed.

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How does barn deconstruction work?

Barn deconstruction is done by hand rather than excavators or bulldozers, making the process more labor-intensive than demolition. Because of the labor and time involved, deconstruction is more expensive upfront than demolition. However, the barn wood salvaged from deconstruction can then be reused or resold to offset the cost of deconstruction.

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