Reduce demolition time
by more than half
Work from a comfortable
in one piece
The tool of choice when it comes to the toughest demolition projects. The unique design uses leverage to pry boards from off of any single or double joist or stud.
Removes all types of decking; Wood or composite, Nailed or screwed
Powder-coated head stands up to even the toughest marine environments
Disassemble pallets in seconds while reclaiming full planks
Carefully removes shiplap and car decking from wall studs or floor joists
Reduces back and shoulder strain by putting you in the ideal position to exert maximum leverage.
Two way head allows for efficient work while working up against walls and railings.
A 150 lbs person can exert over 2,500 lbs of upward force on stubborn boards with only their body weight.
Here’s what people are saying about The Duckbill Deckwrecker.
"I am contacted daily by Contractors who have tried every deck demolition tool on the market and demand nothing other than the original Duckbill Deck Wrecker. Nothing else on the market holds a light to the the quality and craftsmanship of this tool"
"I've tried reciprocating saws, wrecking bars, hammer & chisel and even the Pallet Buster, but Deck Wrecker takes the cake. This tool is faster and easier to use and anything I have tried. If you want to break down a pallet in less than 5 minutes with no broken boards, this tool is a must have"
"The Duckbill Deck Wrecker made removing the old deck boards the most enjoyable part of the entire process. My 110lb wife and 10 year old son even got in on the action and easily each pulled up a handful of boards"
When it comes to quality, no shortcuts are taken on the Duckbill Deck Wrecker. The 16" Polygrip handle sits atop an unbreakable heavy duty, thick wall, fiberglass handle that connects the user to a 1/4" carbon steel powder coated coller and the famous duckbill head. During assembly, each unit undergoes a scrupulous 16-point inspection assuring that every tool that leaves the shop is primed and ready for the toughest job sites.