Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Tidewater, OR

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Leisure Excavating Inc

4525 Highway 101, Florence OR 97439

Throughout the Eugene, Oregon area, Leisure Excavating Inc has built a reputation on quality, reliable barn demolition and excavating services. Our site preparation work is top-notch, and our team of experts is professional, courteous, and responsive.

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Rick Robinson Trucking & Excavating

30899 Peterson Rd, Philomath OR 97370

Rick Robinson Trucking & Excavating has been earning our reputation throughout the Corvallis, OR area as the most trusted barn demolition expert. 

Serving the Newport, Oregon area, Allan Parker Logging & Diving offers extensive demolition services, including barn demolition, commercial demolition, and more. Our team is committed to completing projects in a safe, effective, and timely manner. 

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Ray Wells Inc

1770 Laurel Way, Florence OR 97439

Ray Wells, Inc. offers a wide range of professional services, including barn demolition. There is no job too big or too small for us to handle. We have been serving Oregon communities for more than 55 years.

Barn Demolition Tips for Tidewater, OR

Tips for Demolishing Barns

What are the pros of barn deconstruction?

Removing the barn will positively affect your property by lowering insurance costs and increasing property values.

In addition, deconstructing the barn will help keep reusable materials out of the landfill.

What are the cons of barn deconstruction?

Manually dismantling a barn helps recoup some of the initial costs associated with deconstructing the barn. However, most times it will not pay for the entire project.

In most cases, you’re also responsible for finding a buyer for the wood.

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