We’re based in Rochester and offer full-service demolition capabilities. Rochester Environmental & Construction Group offers barn removal at competitive rates. We’re equipped to take the building down mechanically or by using deconstruction techniques to salvage valuable old-growth barn wood. ...
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SES is an industry leader in decontamination, decommissioning, and demolition services to public and private entities. We are recognized for delivering safe, high quality, and cost-effective solutions using state-of-the-art equipment. When it comes to barn demolition, SES is the industry ...
A Cornerstone Enterprise LLC has been in business for more than 12 years. Proudly serving the Newark area out of Marion, New York, we offer safe and efficient demolition, dumpster rental, excavating, grading, underground utilities, and more.
Damico Wrecking Co Inc offers a wide range of services to the residential and commercial customers throughout Webster and surrounding New York communities, including barn demo. We set ourselves above the rest with our attention to detail, customer-oriented service, and ...
Capricorn Construction is located in Rochester, New York and serves surrounding areas in a number of ways. We specialize in a wide range of services, including demolition, excavation, construction, and so much more. Our company has roots dating back to 1976. ...
Located in Ontario, NY, Empire Wrecking Company Inc. is the demolition team you need to handle your barn demolition project. We have the equipment and know-how to do it properly, efficiently, and at an affordable rate.
For over 35 years, Tripodi Contracting has been providing a wide range of services throughout Rochester, NY and surrounding areas, like barn demolition, interior demolition, chimney removal, concrete removal, and so much more.
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Is barn demolition complicated?
The most common barn type in America is the English barn. Also known as a three-bay barn, English barns are constructed with timber post-and-beam framing and have three sections called bays.
Because these barns are made of timber, they are relatively simple to demolish or deconstruct, and much of the wood can typically be salvaged for money.