Timber and Stone Barn Removal

by Mike
(Rohkohl)

15 years experience specializing in the dismantling, reclamation and preservation of barns, farmsteads and historic structures throughout the Great Lakes region.


Mike Rohkohl
Timber and Stone Barn Removal
Howell, MI
Ph: 517-404-9515
Email: [email protected]

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Sep 12, 2018
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100 Year Old Barn
by: Anonymous

Do you service the Upper MI area? We have a non working farm with a Barn that is close to a 100 Years old. Still standing. We would like to get pricing on selling the wood off and removing the barn. Any suggestions would be great.

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Mar 13, 2018
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Penna building
by: Lisa

Do you come to Pennsylvania? I don't have a barn however I have a building that is base stone., not sure how old early 1900's. Not sure what materials are in the rest of the building. It is a little over 2,000ft. Do you buy these buildings??

Thank you for your time

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Nov 13, 2017
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Ohio Barn
by: Andrea

Barn built in early to mid-19th century. Planks ranging in width from 8"-20"+. Many large beams measuring 11"x 9". Smaller beams used as cross-members 4" x 4" with pins still placed. Tin on roof approx. 20 yrs old or so. The wood seems to be a mix of oak, butternut and other species. There is also, old hardware, pulleys and tracks that ran the length of the barn to moves items from one hay mow to the other. Please contact me and I can send some pictures and videos of what we have. Thank you!
email: [email protected]
phone: 740.603.0267

Aug 18, 2016
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old barn/new home for someone
by: Sherri

We have a barn for repurposing. It would make a nice home for someone.
Our 21 x 30, straight sided, 2 story barn, was built in 1930 using local wood.
Let me know if you have any questions. I have pictures to send if your interested.
I appreciate your prompt reply.
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