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anyone here take down old barns?
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Contributors to this thread:
rershooter 09-Dec-18
grizzley21 09-Dec-18
Mule Power 09-Dec-18
rershooter 13-Dec-18
orionsbrother 13-Dec-18
2 Points 13-Dec-18
rershooter 17-Dec-18
woodguy65 17-Dec-18
jstephens61 18-Dec-18
otcWill 18-Dec-18
Buffalo1 18-Dec-18
rershooter 18-Dec-18
From: rershooter
09-Dec-18
Located in South East Wisconsin. Looking for someone who takes down old barns. Barn has great long huge beams and barn boards in good shape. Please p.m.

From: grizzley21
09-Dec-18
found this,, barn salvage companies,,, Brand Reserve in Prior Lake, Minn. they might be close to you..

From: Mule Power
09-Dec-18
If you have nice old weathered sunbleached barn wood in good condition I’d be interested in buying some.

From: rershooter
13-Dec-18
I'll keep you in mind. My main concern is getting it down.

13-Dec-18
Call Sebastian Specialty Hardwoods in Seneca WI. 608-734-3599 If he's not looking for barn board, he can direct you to someone.

From: 2 Points
13-Dec-18
Do you have Amish nearby? Usually they do.

From: rershooter
17-Dec-18
I don't know any Amish, or have their cell phone number.

From: woodguy65
17-Dec-18
Sangamon Reclaimed , Springfield Illinois, that’s all they do, and woodworking from the barn wood.

From: jstephens61
18-Dec-18
Good luck. We sold one on the farm 10 years ago for $100 and the stupid thing is still there. We needed up spending some money on it a few years ago and continue using it.

From: otcWill
18-Dec-18
I have been doing historic preservation for the last 12 years. We often deconstruct or demo buildings without historic value/relevance. I'd be glad to help however I can.

From: Buffalo1
18-Dec-18
Old barn wood and rusty tin has value. Just need to find the right party with interest.

From: rershooter
18-Dec-18
Sent you a P.M otcWill

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