Residential Demolition in Westville, OK

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Mullen Construction

443 Polk Rd 45, Mena AR 71953

Mullen Construction is a general contractor based out of Mena, Arizona specializing in construction, excavation, and demolition services. We have the manpower and equipment to remove foundations, demolish houses, tear down barns and sheds, and much more.


Wohali LLC

6813 State Line Rd, Fort Smith AR 72916

We are a Native American owned construction and demolition company providing a multitude of services for a wide range of clients. To learn more about our residential demolition services, give us a call or request a free quote today!


Ground Zero Construction

57 S Cherry St, Siloam Springs AR 72761

Serving the greater Fayetteville, AR area, Ground Zero Construction performs demolition of all types, including shed demolition, fence removal, and more. Our goal is to provide high-quality services that are safe and within your desired budget.


Bill Hodge Excavating LLC

15181 Highway 82, Tahlequah OK 74464

Bill Hodge Excavating is a premier demolition, removal, and excavation company serving the greater Tahlequah, OK area. Our experienced contractors deliver quality results at affordable prices.


Guthrie Excavation, LLC.

74 Po Box, Tahlequah OK 74465

Guthrie Excavation, LLC. is an excavation contractor that is able to complete a wide range of residential services, including deck removal, fence removal, and shed demolition.

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Westville, OK

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.