With more than 15 years of experience working in the field, we guarantee properties and investments can be entrusted in our hands. We have the ability to safely remove any type of silo.
Warning: Under no circumstances should anyone attempt what is depicted on this site. Silo demolition is extremely dangerous. Mainline has the training, experience and licensure needed to conduct demolition procedures.
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Q: Is silo demolition a sustainable practice?
A: 90% to 100% of your silo can be recycled, cutting down on waste and carbon footprint.
Q: Will I be involved in the process?
A: The work at hand is very dangerous, but Mainline ensures that you will be involved every step of the way. We will give you a step-by-step analysis of the process and leave no questions unanswered. We take pride in maintaining close relationships with all of our clients.
Q: How much crushed material will my silo yield?
A: It will vary from silo to silo. A stave silo that is 20 x 60 will yield approx. 35 cubic yards.
Q: How long does the process take?
A: We estimate a time of two days per silo.
As the structure ages, silos can become dangerous to work in and around. It can become weakened by many factors such as weather, erosion, etc. When the silo is no longer needed, it is best to have it removed to reduce the risk of harming surrounding buildings, vehicles, machinery, livestock and even people.
The cost associated with repairing a silo oftentimes exceeds the amount of many of the alternatives such as bags and feed bunkers.
Landowners are being taxed and paying expensive insurance premiums on unused silos. Having the silo removed altogether can avert crisis and ultimately save money.