Residential Demolition in Andover, SD

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  • All Demolition

  • 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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Wally's Skid Steer

38392 129th St, Aberdeen SD 57401

For over a decade, Wally's Skid Steer has been providing a wide variety of demolition and excavation services throughout the greater Aberdeen, SD area. From house and shed demolition to deck or fence removal, our crew can handle it all.

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Fred Ludwig Trucking

38498 130th St NW, Aberdeen SD 57401

Fred Ludwig Trucking has been a leader in providing quality services to the Aberdeen, SD area for over 15 years. Our staff can complete a range of projects, including residential demolition.

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B & B Contracting Inc.

711 392nd Ave S, Aberdeen SD 57401

When it comes to demolition, B & B Contracting Inc. offers the most competitive rates in the business. Our employees are experts at understanding the quickest and safest way to complete a variety of projects, including residential demolition. 

Deck and Fence Removal Tips for Andover, SD

Tips for Deck & Fence Removal

How are chain-link fences removed?

  • Starting at the end of the fence or with a corner post, the clamps holding the tension bar in place are removed by removing the nuts and bolts and then sliding the clamps up and off the post.
  • The tension bar is then removed by unweaving it from the chain link.
  • The chain link is then cut and rolled up, removing section-by-section until the chain link is completely gone and only the top rail and posts remain.
  • If the top rail is fastened to a 'cap' at the corner or end post, the cap is removed.
  • With the end cap detached, the rail sections can be twisted apart or cut into manageable sections with a reciprocating saw and a metal-cutting blade.
  • Once the top rail is completely removed, the posts and cement footings are dug out of the ground.

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