Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Cumberland County, VA

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Whaley Excavating, Inc.

2410 Rockville Rd, Rockville VA 23146

Serving the Richmond area since 2000, Whaley Excavating Inc. offers demolition, land clearing, excavation, debris removal, trucking, drainage solutions, driveway & roads, sand/gravel, and more.

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Basinger Brothers Backhoe Service

1720 Douthit Court, Powhatan VA 23139

In Powhatan, Virginia, Basinger Brothers Backhoe Service specializes in a wide range of excavating and demolition services, including barn demolition. Nobody knows residential demolition like we do. We communicate closely with customers from the beginning of a project to the ...

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Pearson Construction Inc

485 Pearson Dr, Dillwyn VA 23936

With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, Pearson Construction Inc. has what it takes to complete the job. We perform a wide range of demolition services, including barn demolition, house demolition, and more.

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DirtWorx LLC

1730 Southeast 185th Terrace, Silver Springs FL 34488

DirtworX has quickly earned a reputation for delivering quality service on time and at competitive prices. Our professional experience spans over 30 years in this field. We offer exceptional shed demolition, concrete removal, mobile home demolition, and more.

Barn Demolition Tips for Cumberland County, VA

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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.

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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.

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