Barn Dismantling and Demolition in Millwood, WV

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Larry Lang Excavating

Beverly, OH
  • Barns
  • Concrete & Asphalt
  • Mobile Homes
  • Since 1997
  • Top-tier equipment
  • Superior customer service

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. more

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Thaxton Excavating & Trucking

Hurricane, WV

Based out of Hurricane, West Virginia, Thaxton Excavating & Trucking is driven to provide the best residential and commercial demolition services around. Our staff of experienced contractors can handle concrete removal, barn demolition, and much more. more

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Pullins Excavation Inc

Pomeroy, OH

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. more

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JC Bosley Construction Inc

Parkersburg, WV

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. more

Barn Demolition Tips for Millwood, WV

Tips for Barn Removal

Can I remove my own barn?

Barn demolition and deconstruction may seem straightforward due to the simple nature of barns. Because of this, it isn't uncommon for owners to consider the project DIY-able.

However, just because you can do the work, doesn't necessarily mean you should do the work. Because demolition work is dangerous, we always recommend hiring a professional to handle it safely.

Who should I hire to remove my barn?

Hire a professional who can handle the project properly and efficiently. Truly reputable barn removal contractors should have insurance and references from other customers who can attest to their ability to complete the work.

Comparing 2-3 contractor estimates (or more) will help make sure you find the right contractor without overpaying.

Discuss with each one you speak to who would be responsible for cleaning up the debris, whether or not they would collect the permits required to perform the work, and what would be included in the price.

Getting quotes from multiple contractors will make sure you make the right choice for you and your project.