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Members of the Danley Demolition company search for salvageable items prior to demolition.

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aired 426 days ago
A school house in New Hampshire turns out to be a time capsule chock full of items from the 1940s.
aired 426 days ago
Brian and Lee undercut a competitor's bid on an old home on lakefront property.
aired 433 days ago
The search for salvage at 150-year-old house turns creepy.
aired 433 days ago
A giant beachfront mansion demolition job runs into unexpected costs.
aired 433 days ago
Lee discounts a demolition for an old friend but hopes to make back the costs for the job by finding treasures that were left behind.
aired 433 days ago
The Danley Demolition team gets into a bidding war at a fire-damaged house in an upscale neighborhood.
aired 433 days ago
The pickings are slim at a campus police station at the University of New Hampshire.
aired 433 days ago
Brian and Lee's search for salvage at an abandoned boarding house begins with disappointment.
aired 433 days ago
Lee and Brian bid on an old farmhouse once owned by a pilot.
aired 433 days ago
The crew hunts for treasure prior to demolishing a paper mill that has a unique metal smokestack.
aired 433 days ago
With the demolition equipment on the way, the team scrambles to find valuables at a fire-damaged home.
aired 433 days ago
Danley Demo wins a bid on a 1920s farmhouse-turned-administration building on the University of New Hampshire campus.

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