House and Barn Demolition

House and Barn Demolition, Fill Sand Hauling and Grading

A previous customer asked us if we were able to demolish an old house and other farm buildings and barns that were located on their property. The customer had called others in the area but received very high quotes and just didn’t feel comfortable going with these other contractors and asked Green Earth to quote the project.

Our cost came in much less than others and we were awarded the house and barn demolition project. Green Earth has the demolition equipment, knowledge and highly skilled machine operators capable of handling your demolition projects. Sam and Kevin were on site the following week and finished the project in just 3 days. Green Earth not only demolished the buildings but also dug out the old concrete foundations and hauled the concrete out to be crushed and recycled.

Green Earth then hauled in and graded roughly 300 tons of fill sand and 60 tons of topsoil to restore the site back to its original condition.

Green Earth hauls sand in Northwest Ohio and Southeast Michigan for customers. If you need Bulk Sand Delivery or Bulk Topsoil Delivery call Green Earth at 419-491-1999.

Green Earth delivers stone and hauls stone in Stryker, Ohio and Liberty Center, Ohio as well as Napoleon, Ohio.

Call us today for your demolition project.

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Scope of Project

  • Green Earth to demolish an old house and three other old farm buildings
House & Barn Demolition

Demolition Begins

  • Green Earth demolished old house with excavator.
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Haul Away Debris

  • Green Earth demolished the buildings but also dug out the old concrete foundations and hauled them out to be crushed and recycled.
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Demolition Project Completion

Sam and Kevin were on site the following week and finished the project in just 3 days.

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Demolition Equipment

Green Earth has the equipment, knowledge and highly skilled machine operators capable of handling your demolition projects.

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Graded Land

Green Earth then hauled in and graded roughly 300 tons of fill sand and 60 tons of topsoil to restore the site back to its original condition.