Residential Demolition in Calabash, NC

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  • All Demolition

  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

  • Commercial Building

  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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We handle large and small residential demolition projects including shed demolition and removal, chimney and brick removal, garage demo and more. We provide specialty services and can tailor services to meet your needs. 

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Junk King Myrtle Beach

1836 Lone Star St unit 3, Conway SC 29526

At Junk King Myrtle Beach, we are passionate about removing clutter safely and economically. We can handle interior demolition, deck removal, shed demo, fence removal, furniture removal, whole home cleanouts, and so much more.

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Dirty Dog Dumpsters

1100 Wedge Way Unit 74, Little River SC 29566

Dirty Dog Dumpsters is a family-owned and run small business that offers light demolition, junk removal, and dumpster rentals throughout the greater Myrtle Beach, SC area. Our services include deck removal, shed demolition, fence removal, estate clean outs, and so ...

Britt's Landscaping & Excavating Service Inc goes above and beyond for each and every client we work with, working hard to ensure they are 100% satisfied. Our crew has years of experience in the industry and knows what it takes to complete ...

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Intense Maintenance

1534 Research Dr, Whiteville NC 28472

Intense Maintenance serves Whiteville, NC and surrounding areas, offering extensive demolition and junk removal services to meet the needs of residential and commercial customers. We offer deck removal,  shed demolition, fence removal, and much more.

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Calabash, NC

Fence & Deck Demolition Tips

Should I DIY fence or deck removal to save money?

If possible, you can save a bit of money by deconstructing some of the deck or fence yourself, then hiring a contractor to do the tougher work, like remove cement footings and heavy posts. Depending on your level of confidence, you can remove the wooden—or easier to remove—material yourself, like rails, stairs, and deck boards, and have a contractor help you remove the cement footings.

Learn more: Light Demolition Cost Guide: How Much It Costs to Remove a Shed, Deck, or Fence from Your Property