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Demolition Preston

All Round Site Expertise

Move it, clear it, demolish it, excavate it, or build on it - J S Berry has quickly established a reputation as a can-do company for domestic, commercial and agricultural customers.

Prompt service, competitive pricing, quality labour and a willingness to take on the smallest project - these are the solid foundations on which this young company is growing.

Site clearance, demolition, digging, roads, sewers, infrastructure, foundations, drains, hardcore, landscaping - customers are reassured that work is personally carried out by founder James Berry with a trusted team of operators backed by a growing fleet of diggers, dumpers, rollers, tractors and trailers.

The company also offers haulage and building services. So whether it's installing drains at your home, preparing a site for housing development, or tackling a farming improvement, J S Berry can do it.

Services at a Glance

  • Commercial, agricultural, domestic ground and earthworks
  • Site clearance, demolition, hardcore, topsoil and disposal of hazardous materials
  • Construction and farm haulage
  • Landscaping and recycling
  • Roads, drainage, sewers, foundations, car parks, domestic and commercial driveways
  • Equestrian paddocks, stables, arenas
  • Farmyard surfacing, cattle pens, silage plants, slurry lagoons

About Us

Working hard to help you in your project.

For a young company, J S Berry already has an impressive record in urban and agricultural work. Based close to the M6 motorway on the northern edge of Preston, Lancashire, we have a rural hinterland on one side and rapid road access on the other to the UK North West and beyond.

Founder James Berry is from a farming background and was employed as a machine operator/groundworker, before managing to secure a contract putting water mains in roads.

James's appetite for hard work and commitment first got noticed when as a young employee he delivered a digger to a roadworks team excavating trenches.

Despite awful weather and muddy conditions, he jumped in 'to help the lads out' instead of leaving them to it. "It's been hard work," says James. "Nothing's given to you and you have to push hard to build up a reputation."

He branched out on his own and bought his first tractor and digger at 17. Founded in 2006, the company now employs a close knit and reliable team of workers and owns a growing fleet of diggers, wagons, dumpers, rollers, tractors and trailers.