Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Veneta, OR

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Northwest Demolition & Excavation

Springfield, OR

Since 2000, NorthWest HazMat, Inc. has been providing a single convenient source to satisfy residential, commercial, and industrial customers’ needs. While utilizing the safest and most environmentally sound practices, we provide optimal service and competitive prices. Located in Springfield, OR, we... more

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Nathan Marple Excavation

Creswell, OR

Nathan Marple Excavation is an excavation contractor servicing the Eugene, OR area. We have a team of experienced workers who are able to complete a laundry list of services, including barn demolition.  more

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Rich's Excavating

Pleasant Hill, OR

The greater Eugene, Oregon area turns to Rich's Excavating for demolition, site work, driveways, stump removals, and so much more. We can tear down countless structures, from barns and houses to pools and commercial buildings. more

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All Dirt Inc

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Veneta, OR

All Dirt, Inc, provides thorough barn demolition service. We have built our reputation on our commitment to providing quality service, which has earned us an impressive reputation with many valuable customers. more

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National Construction & Excavation

Eugene, OR

National Construction & Excavation (NCE) provides excellent asphalt, paving, sealcoating, concrete, construction, demolition, and excavating services to the good people of Cottage Grove, Oregon and nearby communities. more

Barn Demolition Tips for Veneta, OR

Barn Demolition Tips

How much does it cost to tear down a barn?

According to national averages, it costs roughly $5,000-$6,000 to demolish a post-and-beam barn that's 40 ft x 30 ft. This $5,000-$6,000 average includes mechanical demolition and debris disposal. Barn deconstruction costs can amount to double that (or more), but don't forget: The costs you re-coup from the salvaged wood may offset these prices. The cost to tear down a barn depends on a number of factors:

  • Removal method - demolition or deconstruction
  • Barn size
  • Materials used to build the barn
  • Barn accessibility
  • Amount of debris - non-salvageable vs salvageable
  • Barn's location
  • Contractor you hire to do the work

Learn more: It Pays to Have Your Barn Demolished