Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Walnut Springs, TX

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Gosdin's Dozer Service Inc

Rainbow, TX

Gosdin’s Dozer Service, Inc. knows the value of your time and dollar, and they strive to get your project done efficiently without cutting corners. Their services include demolition, excavating, grading, construction, dozer work, trucking, and more. more

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LCB Landy Excavation LLC

4.0
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Walnut Springs, TX

LCB Landy Excavation is the one to call for professional barn demolition, dismantling and deconstruction. We guarantee to get the job done safely, on time and within budget. We are a family owned business with over 30 years of experience. more

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North Texas Roll Offs

Granbury, TX

Throughout the Granbury, Texas area, North Texas Roll Offs is reknowned for their customer-oriented services. Specializing in junk removal and dumpster rental, our team of experts knows how to safely execute a wide range of services, including barn demolition. more

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Rise Up Refuse

3.7
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Woodway, TX
  • Same or next day delivery
  • Fast and reliable
  • Family owned and operated

Rise Up Refuse specializes in providing dynamic debris removal services. From residential to commercial to construction debris, we can haul it all away and leave you with a clean site. We also provide demolition services, including barn demolition, concrete removal,... more

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Sinai Concrete LLC

Crowley, TX

More than 50 years ago, Sinai Concrete began. From patios and pools to driveways and foundations, they have the expertise needed to tackle your biggest, toughest job because they're the demolition and construction gurus. more

Barn Demolition Tips for Walnut Springs, TX

Tips for Removing a Barn

Should I tear down my barn?

If your barn carries historical significance, e.g., if it was involved in a historic event, preservation should be the focus; not demolition. In some cities and states, destroying a historic structure is illegal; but even if it is legal, do you really want to destroy a piece of history? If your barn is historic, visit your state and local website, or your local library, to determine how historically significant barns in your area are handled.

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