Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Hartsville/Trousdale County, TN

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Precision Demolition LLC

3712 Mount Zion Rd., Brownsville KY 42210

Precision Demolition LLC is a veteran-owned and operated company with more than 7 years of experience demolishing residential and commercial structures. We offer comprehensive demolition services to Kentucky, including barn demolition.


3D Disposal

1662 Thompsons Station Rd W, Thompsons Station TN 37179

We’re your total source for quality demolition and professional services. 3D Disposal is a locally owned and operated business specializing in responsive and accurate demo, including barn demolition.


615 Demolition and Recycling

176 Gardner Rd, Nashville TN 37025

615 Demolition & Recycling LLC is a family-owned business serving the greater Nashville area with expert demolition, junk removal, and recycling services. Our impressive list of demolition services includes barn demolition, concrete removal, house demolition, deck removal, and more.

Veteran owned and operated, Patriot Demolition Services LLC serves the greater Nashville, TN area offering comprehensive demolition services. We do it all from house demo to commercial demolition projects. Contact us today for a free barn demolition estimate!

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Bryant's Demolition

1004 Saul Drive South, Portland TN 37148

At Bryant's Demolition, we appreciate the rewards of hard work and getting the job done right the first time. Demolition can be hard, sometimes even dangerous work, and we take pride in doing the hard stuff! We strive to bring ...


Holleman Trucking and Excavating

256 E Schell St, Gallatin TN 37066

Located in Gallatin, Tennessee, Holleman Trucking and Excavating is proud to provide residential and commercial customers with top-rated demolition services for fair prices, including mobile homes, commercial structures, and more.


J & A Waste Disposal

937 Laurie Ln, Gallatin TN 37066

J & A Waste Disposal is Gallatin, Tennessee and surrounding areas’ premier demolition, roofing and waste removal company. Our team of experts is trained in a wide range of services, making us your go-to source for all your household needs. ...

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Encore Roofing

102 Hazel Path, Ste 6, Hendersonville TN 37075

For accurate barn demolition, Encore is your locally owned and operated solution. We specialize in structural demo and deconstruction. Need to salvage old-growth barn wood or other building materials, we can salvage these materials using strategic dismantling techniques. Contact us ...

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Extreme Excavating

5473 N Pinson Rd, Portland TN 37148

You can trust and rely on Extreme Excavating to quickly dismantle or demolish your old barn or outbuilding. We are a fully insured company that has been providing demolition and excavation services since 1998. We take the time to ensure your ...

Barn Demolition Tips for Hartsville/Trousdale County, TN

Barn Demolition Tips

How much does barn removal cost?

On average, barn demolition costs $5,000-$6,000 for a 30 ft x 40 ft post-and-beam barn. This average cost includes mechanical demolition and debris disposal. However, the cost to tear down a barn depends on a number of factors:

  • Method of removal—demolition or deconstruction
  • Size of the barn
  • Materials used to build the barn
  • Accessibility of the barn
  • Amount of debris—non-salvageable and salvageable
  • Location of the barn
  • Who you hire

Is there value in old barn wood?

Many barns were built decades in the past—sometimes more than 100 years—and contain valuable old-growth timbers, like columns, siding, and wood beams. This wood can be salvaged and used in constructing new barns, building one-of-a-kind furniture, flooring or siding, and much more.

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