Fortified by 90 years of experience and a strong team of more than 650 employees, Summers-Taylor, Inc. is a leading resource for commercial and residential demolition services throughout Johnson City, TN and beyond.
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If you're in need of light or interior residential demolition, look no further than Jack of All Trades Clean Up & Moving. Our crew is trained to safely and efficiently remove all types of structures, material, and waste from your property, ...
Jim Powers Dozer Service of the Jefferson, NC area is an expert excavation contractor with more than 20 years of experience in the industry. Our experience over the years has helped us expand the services we offer to include house demolition, ...
Founded in 2003, PADCO Excavating, Inc. is a family owned and operated company offering barn demolition and delivering results. We have more than 15 years of demolition and excavating experience and are passionate about exceeding customers' expectations.
Eggers Construction Company of Banner Elk, NC is a licensed site contractor specializing in earth moving and rock removal in North Carolina, Eastern Tennessee and the Piedmont Region of South Carolina. Eggers Construction Company has been and ...
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How does barn demolition work?
Oftentimes, the barn demolition process involves first tearing out the siding and then cutting small relief notches in the upright timbers. From there, the skeleton of the barn is typically tied to a large truck and pulled down. Once the barn is torn down, the timbers, roof, and other debris are removed.
How does barn deconstruction work?
Barn deconstruction is done by hand rather than excavators or bulldozers, making the process more labor-intensive than demolition. Because of the labor and time involved, deconstruction is more expensive upfront than demolition. However, the barn wood salvaged from deconstruction can then be reused or resold to offset the cost of deconstruction.