Residential Demolition in McConnellsburg, PA

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Adam's Demolition

PO Box 3624, Hagerstown MD 21742

Adam's Demolition offers honest, safe, fast, and fairly priced services throughout the greater Hagerstown, Maryland area. We are fully licensed, bonded and insured and can tear down sheds, remove decks, fences, and more.

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling Hagerstown

Serving McConnellsburg, PA

JDog Junk Removal & Hauling is proud to provide the Hagerstown area with high-quality junk removal and light demolition services, including shed, deck, and fence demolition. Veteran and family owned and operated, we deliver our services with respect, integrity, and trust.

J M Wile Backhoe Service

2002 Ritner Hwy, Shippensburg PA 17257

Jerald M Wile offers the Harrisburg, Pennsylvania area superior residential demolition services at fair prices. Our team is always trustworthy and upfront about the work we provide, communicating closely with you throughout the process.

Allegany Wrecking & Salvage

16317 Broadfording Rd, Hagerstown MD 21740

Allegany Wrecking & Salvage is a locally owned and operated demolition company with more than 50 years of experience in the demolition industry. Our company specializes in a variety of demolition, including residential demolition.

Hess Excavating Inc

1130 W Dutch Corner Rd, Mc Connellsburg PA 17233

Hess Excavating Inc is an excavation and demolition specialist offering top-quality work throughout McConnellsburg, PA. We offer large-scale commercial demolition, backyard pool removals, shed demolition, and more.

David H. Martin Excavating, Inc.

4961 Cumberland Hwy, Chambersburg PA 17202

David H. Martin Excavating, Inc. started out in 1968 and is located in south-central Pennsylvania. Our demolition services include shed demolition, pool removal, concrete removal, and much more.

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for McConnellsburg, PA

Deck & Fence Removal Tips

Removing your deck or fence doesn't have to involve destroying it in the process. The lumber used in decks and fences is quite valuable—weathered wood is ideal for a variety of DIY projects and can be reused for countless purposes. You can completely transform your old fence or deck into landscaping trim, a table, bench, headboard, picture frame, or nearly anything else you can think of (or you could simply sell the wood to someone else). The deck removal process involves:
  • Removing all railings and stairs
  • Removing the deck boards
  • Removing the deck's legs
  • Removing the concrete feet from the ground
The fence removal process involves:
  • Removing the fence gates
  • Removing the fence pickets
  • Removing the fence posts
  • Removing the fence post footings (optional, but recommended)
A professional could remove the average deck or fence in 4 hours or less, but if you attempt to do it yourself, expect it to take close to a full day (or more).