Residential Demolition in Crumpler, NC

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Sunny Day Junk Removal

Mountain City, Mountain City TN 37683

Sunny Day Junk Removal is a fast, friendly, and affordable light demolition and junk removal company serving Northeast Tennessee, Southwest Virginia, and Northwest North Carolina. We're a family run business and locals to the area, and are licensed and insured to perform the services we provide, like deck and fence removal, shed demolition, and more!

Coomes Construction LLC

168 Wildwood Ln, Galax VA 24333

Locally owned and committed to our community, Coomes Construction serves the City of Galax and surrounding areas. We’re experts at what we do and hold all the proper licensing. Our services include: demolition, heavy construction, site preparation, grading, road, excavating, land ...

Jim Powers Dozer Service

7327 Nc Highway 194 N, Lansing NC 28643

Jim Powers Dozer Service is an expert excavation contractor with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. Our experience over the years has helped us expand the services we offer to include deck removal, fence removal, and shed demolition. 

PADCO Excavating, Inc.

548 Wade Bare Rd, Jefferson NC 28640

Founded in 2003, PADCO Excavating, Inc. is a family owned and operated company offering residential demolition and delivering results. We have more than 15 years of demolition and excavating experience and are passionate about exceeding customers' expectations.

Wagoner's Construction & Grading

610 Wagoner Rd, Mc Grady NC 28649

Wagoner's Construction & Grading offers Wilkesboro, North Carolina and nearby areas premier demolition, grading, construction, and more. We offer mobile home demolition, fence removal, shed demolition, and more.

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Crumpler, NC

Tips for Deck & Fence Removal

Can I remove my deck or fence myself?

Handling a deck or fence removal yourself is possible, but it can be backbreaking work and shouldn't be taken lightly.

However, if you want to save a bit of money and don't mind getting your hands a little dirty, consider handling only some of the deconstruction yourself and then hiring a contractor to do the tough stuff.

For example, remove the salvageable, easy-to-remove pieces of wood yourself, like the stairs, railings, fence rails, etc. Then, have a contractor help you remove the tougher stuff, like cement footings.