Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Mokelumne Hill, CA

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R. B. Environmental

4472 E 99 Frontage Rd, Stockton CA 95215

Since 1998, R. B. Environmental has been providing expert demolition of all sizes throughout the Central Valley, Bay Area, and Northern California. We offer demolition of all sizes, from mobile home demolition to commercial demolition, we do it all.

Murray Excavating Inc

8920 Lost Horizon Road, Shingle Springs CA 95682

Fully licensed, Murray Excavating, Inc. has more than 30 years of experience serving El Dorado and Sacramento Counties in California. Their services include demolition, grading, compaction, excavating, trenching, footings, drilling, concrete and asphalt removal, etc.

Doug Veerkamp General Engineering Inc

3701 Trade Way, Shingle Springs CA 95682

Doug Veerkamp General Engineering Inc. is one of the leading demolition and excavation contractors in the region and, in fact, is one of the largest employers in El Dorado County. They specialize in wet and dry utilities, paving, trucking, demolition and excavation.

DSV Inc

9460 Crossrail Dr, Wilton CA 95693

Serving Greater Sacramento and surrounding areas since 2005, DSV is an experienced demolition service provider offering residential and commercial wrecking services. We specialize in structural demo and property cleanups, including mobile home demolition. Contact us for details and a free estimate.

Mike McConnell Construction

22077 Fortuna Mine Rd, Sonora CA 95370

Fully licensed, Mike McConnell Construction has been raising the bar in the construction and demolition industry for more than 25 years. They also offer roads and driveways, septic systems, site preparation, landscape boulders, underground utilities, and more.

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Mokelumne Hill, CA

Tips for Mobile Home Demolition

If you're planning on demolishing or deconstructing your mobile home, you'll need to consider what will happen to the debris once the home is gone. Nails, shards of glass, metal, etc. are just some of the pieces of debris that will be riddled throughout the yard after a mobile home is demolished, so you'll want to be sure to maintain that debris as much as possible. One of the best ways to control demolition debris is with the help of a dumpster. However, it's important to discuss your desired clean-up method with your contractor. Oftentimes, the demolition contractor will handle the disposal too, so be sure to ask and confirm this with them.