Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Worthington, OH

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Operating out of two convenient locations in Baltimore and Grove City, Garrison Company offers several key services to residential and commercial clients throughout the Columbus area. They offer expert demolition services, debris removal, and more.

Serving Worthington, OH

Todd Etgen Trucking & Excavating has been providing excellent services to residential and commercial customers since 2002. They’re experts in all things underground utilities and related services, including demolition, excavating, trucking, hauling, and more.

2290 Mckinley Ave, Columbus OH 43204

Colvin Gravel Co Inc is a full-service demolition company with over 75 years of experience. They have the expertise and heavy equipment need to handle large and small demolition and excavation projects.

6459 Buckman Street, Lewis Center OH 43035

SITECO has years of firsthand experience performing demolition and salvage work. We grew to become a full-service, professional demolition company, offering concrete removal, interior demolition, mobile home demolition, and more.

5515 Clover Valley Road, Johnstown OH 43031

A-1 Dumpsters & Hauling is a family owned and operated business. We are dedicated to providing you with quality demolition, cleanup, and hauling services. We handle a variety of mobile home demolition services and you can expect efficient, accurate results that are delivered within budget. Contact us today to speak with a friendly, knowledgeable member of our staff about what we can do for you!

3140 Liberty Rd, Delaware OH 43015

Bernie Schnees Excavating offers a variety of demolition and excavating services to meet customers' needs. Whether you need a mobile home torn down, fence removed, or land excavated, we have the equipment and know-how to get it done right.

6476 Buckeye Path Dr S, Grove City OH 43123

Dan's Hauling Service has been serving residents with professional services since 1999. They specialize in the cost-effective demolition of single story structures, including barns, houses, garages, sheds, decks, pools, and fences.

Serving Worthington, OH

Atgrade Inc offers comprehensive demolition services to the Greater Columbus, Ohio area. We are here to serve you in every capacity, providing mobile home demolition, house demolition, and more.

2879 Jackson Pike, Grove City OH 43123

Founded in 1929, our team at Loewendick Demolition Contractors has maintained our reputation for being one of the leaders in the demolition industry. As a third-generation family-owned company, we perform mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and more.

2879 Jackson Pike, Grove City OH 43123

Central Ohio Contractors strives to provide the best services possible for each and every project, whether your needs are residential or commercial. They offer demolition services, recycling, debris hauling, and more.

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There are several ways to remove a mobile home from your property, but there are a number of factors that will affect what options are available to your specific mobile home. The size and condition of your mobile home—along with other factors, like cost and budget—will determine which mobile home removal method is best for you.

Mechanical demolition is far and away the quickest and most inexpensive way to tear down your mobile home. Depending on the size and location of the mobile home, as well as the contents/weight of the home, mobile home demolition typically costs somewhere around $4,000 - $5,000.

Deconstruction is not a suitable method for all mobile homes, and it is usually more expensive—costing roughly double what traditional demolition costs—and time-consuming that mechanical demolition. However, it comes with serious environmental benefits and can pay off if there's a lot of salvageable materials. 

Relocation is typically more expensive than mobile home demolition, coming in at around $7,000 in some cases. It is also only an option if the mobile home is in movable condition. (Whether or not your mobile home is considered "movable" will be determined by a professional.

Taking it to the dump is another option, similar to relocation but less expensive because it's not being re-assembled once it gets to its destination; it's simply being trashed (or recycled if possible). This will run you around $1,000 - $2,000 on average.

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