Residential Demolition Experts in Zena, OK

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  • 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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Redco LMC

257 Northridge Dr, Pryor OK 74361

The team at Redco LMC goes above and beyond to provide high-quality, dependable, and efficient demolition services to each and every one of our customers. We are dedicated to serving our customers, no matter how big or small their project ...

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A-1 Dumpsters and Cleanup LLC

2413 Stinnet Drive, Joplin MO 64804

A-1 Dumpsters and Cleanup LLC offers a wide range of demolition, dumpster rental, and junk removal services throughout the greater Joplin, MO area, including shed demolition, deck removal, fence removal, and more! Having access to our own dumpsters keeps our ...

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King Backhoe & Dozer, LLC

1036 Cherokee Ave, Seneca MO 64865

Since 1995, King Backhoe and Dozer Service has been serving residential and commercial clients. Our team of professionals offers a variety of demolition services, including shed demolition, pool removal, deck and fence removal, and more.

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NEO Roll Off Service

1290 S 604 Rd, Quapaw OK 74363

NEO is a family owned and operated business based in Quapaw, OK. Whether you need to dispose of C&D debris or have a structure demolished, NEO is your locally-owned-and-operated solution. Give us a call today to schedule a ...

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Zena, OK

Tips for Deck & Fence Demolition

What material are most decks and fences made from?

The most common types of fences are wood, chain-link, and vinyl, but there are many other kinds, too, like aluminum, PVC, wrought iron, and even bamboo. The most common types of decks are wood, plastic, and even tiling. The removal process is different for each type, so they will vary in difficulty—and price—to remove. If your deck or fence is located in an area where soil has high clay content or is in a tight, narrow space, then removing it could be a serious pain, and you will more than likely want to ditch the DIY option for a professional.