Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Millwood, WV

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Larry Lang Excavating

19371 State Route 60, Beverly OH 45715

Larry Lang Excavating proudly serves the greater Beverly, OH area with exceptional demolition services. By utilizing top-tier equipment, we can successfully demolish and remove residential and commercial structures of all sizes.

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Pullins Excavation Inc

33334 State Route 833, Pomeroy OH 45769

Pullins Excavation Inc is based in Pomeroy, Ohio and serves surrounding areas. We are here to serve you in every capacity, providing excellent customer service and high-quality results that you deserve, including barn demolition, commercial demolition, and more.

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JC Bosley Construction Inc

1 Bosley Ave, Parkersburg WV 26101

Located in the Parkersburg, WV area and serving surrounding communities, J. C. Bosley Construction, Inc. is a family-owned and operated company with more than 50 years of experience. We specialize in demolition and excavating services.

Barn Demolition Tips for Millwood, WV

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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