Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Peoria, IL

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Kimble Landscaping & Excavating Inc

22811 N Hardscrabble Rd, Sparland IL 61565

The team at Kimble Excavating, Inc. will accept a call anytime. The father and son team of Gerald Kimble and Roger Kimble is committed to providing high-quality excavation services and comprehensive property assessments to ensure you're getting the best price. ...

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IronHustler Excavating Inc

1604 W Detweiller Dr, Peoria IL 61615

Serving Peoria, IL and nearby areas, Ironhustler Excavating takes great pride in serving residential, commercial, and industrial companies in surrounding areas. Their specialties include excavating, demolition, site development, industrial maintenance, and construction services.

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Sutherland & Son's Construction Incorpor

2246 E Washington St, East Peoria IL 61611

Throughout the Peoria, Illinois area, Sutherland & Son's Construction Incorporation is known for our high-quality services. Our team of professionals is highly accurate, completing mobile home demolition work precisely and safely.

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B&W Harn Excavating

1336 E Duryea Ave, Peoria Heights IL 61616

For more than 24 years, B&W Harn Excavating has been serving the entire Peoria tri-county area. As a demolition contractor, they can tear down residential, commercial, or industrial properties with ease.

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Chuck Kinsel Trk & Excvtg

536 Johnson Ct, Canton IL 61520

Chuck Kinsel Trucking & Excavating has been serving Canton and surrounding areas for more than 30 years. Their expertise lies in demolition, septic tanks, excavating, trucking, and much more.

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Peoria, IL

Tips for Removing Mobile Homes

How does mobile home deconstruction work?

Deconstruction is the second common option for removing a mobile home. The process is similar to that of demolition, except it requires a more hands-on approach. Usually, deconstruction follows these steps:

  • Receive quote(s) from desired contractor(s).
  • Choose the right contractor for the job.
  • Get a permit.
  • Mobile home is disassembled piece by piece.
  • Salvageable materials are separated.
  • Remaining debris is hauled away.

Deconstruction is not suitable for all mobile homes. It is also more expensive and takes longer than traditional demolition, but it is better for the environment and can pay off if there's a decent amount of salvageable materials.