Divine Heritage Barns LLC - Serving east central Indiana

by Evan Divine
(Greenfield, IN)


Divine Heritage Barns LLC is a barn reclamation company based out of Greenfield, IN. Our mission is to put Indiana’s crumbling historic barns to good use again by giving them a new purpose. We dismantle these man-made relics to preserve the quality timber they are built from, as well as the memories left behind by countless Hoosiers. While many folks enjoy reminiscing about the days when these beautiful barns speckled the Indiana landscape, appropriate upkeep becomes a burden on the owners. As agriculture has modernized along with the rest of the world, most of these barns have become obsolete on today’s farms. While it is never enjoyable to watch these treasures be torn down, we understand that putting time and money back into them will not provide you with much return on investment. We are here to offer an alternative to those who wish to give their crumbling barns another purpose while relieving themselves of the burdens that come with them – whether it’s safety concerns, unnecessary taxes or disrepair that has turned them into eye sores.

We offer barn dismantling. While we hope to be able to give every barn we come across a new purpose, some barns may be too far gone to make reclaiming them economically feasible for us. For those barns that still do offer some quality lumber to salvage, it is important to remember that letting them rot to a state of disrepair may end up costing you in the long run; because even knocking a barn down, burning the degraded boards and removing the scrap metal takes heavy equipment, which will cost you money. Either way, we are always glad to offer a free visit to discuss the condition of your barn and provide recommendations for repair or demolition. We are fully insured and will provide you with a written agreement stating our obligations to you, which will be determined during our initial visit. Along with re-purposing these weathered barns, our goal is to provide you with a quality service that is fair for you and us.

Please contact us by phone at 812-709-0066 or by email at [email protected] We look forward to working with you and preserving these pieces of Indiana’s great heritage.

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Apr 17, 2018
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OLD BARN , BEST OFFER
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7658810655 text for pics sent

Apr 05, 2018
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old barn
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old bank barn in Miami County, Ohio owners looking to have valued for sale

if interested please contact [email protected] for photograph and setting up a phone call


thank you for your consideration -- ML

Apr 01, 2017
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Thanks for removing my barn. Did a good job cleaning up my yard.

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