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Fisher Companies provides exceptional demolition services to a variety of customers. Our professional contractors provide superior mobile home demolition services; from knocking down attached porches, grading and leveling driveways, and demolishing trailors, we do it all.
Five Star Clutter Removal is a family-owned and operated demolition company that has been servicing happy customers for over 12 years. If you're in need of high-quality mobile home demolition services that you can afford, our crew has you covered!
Len Zappla Ii Development is a trusted resource for demolition throughout the Syracuse, NY area. Our wide range of services includes commercial demolition, mobile home demolition, shed demolition, oil tank removal, pool removal, deck removal, and more.
J K Tobin Construction Company has experienced professionals using the latest technology to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget. We’re focused on being your first choice of demolition, offering house demolition, mobile home demolition, and more.
Action Haulers is the local demolition, junk hauler, and dumpster company to trust. They can demolish or dismantle most any type of structure and haul it away. They provide professional services for residential, commercial, and industrial clients.
Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Phoenix, NY
Mobile Home Demolition Project Tips
If you're planning on demolishing your mobile home, there a number of options available to you. One less-than-standard method is donating it.
There are a few different ways you can donate your mobile home: to a charitable organization, to an individual in need, or to your local fire department.
Donating to a charity/individual:
Ensure your home meets building codes. (If it doesn't meet the necessary codes, then donation won't be an option for you.)
Find a charity/someone interested in your mobile home (Kars 4 Kids and The Freecycle Network are good resources.)
Arrange to have your mobile home removed from your property.
Donating to your local fire department:
Reach out to your local fire department to see if they're interested in using your mobile home for a controlled burn exercise.
As shown in the above video, your local fire department comes to your property and burns your mobile home down.