A Booming Barn Board Business

A barn board salvage business can cut yours taxes, beautify the land, recycle useable wood, and earn you a tidy sum each week.



067 barn board - fallen barn2
Once that wonderful wood is on the ground, it's easy to get to.
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067 barn board - cut main beams
It's generally safer to first cut the main beams and then pull big structures down.
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067 barn board - falling barn
It's certainly exciting to watch them fall!
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067 barn board - old barn
Tattered, dilapidated exteriors often hides some beautiful barn board material.
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067 barn board - sorting boards
The boards should be methodically stacked as you dismantle a building, so you can get an idea of what your work is worth.
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067 barn board - salvaged wood pile
Small sheds will yield less lumber, but are still well worth the effort.
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067 barn board - barn board paneling
Additional money can be made by installing barn board... and most everything you do with it will look lovely. For example, here is a kitchen with rustic barn board paneling.
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