Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Swan, IA

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Jorgensen Solutions LLC

Swan, IA
  • Commercial Demolition
  • Residential Demolition
  • Land clearing specialists
  • Free estimates

At Jorgensen Solutions, our crew will complete your mobile home demolition project start to finish, including obtaining any necessary permits all the way to final cleanup and disposal. Call us today for a free estimate! more

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Archer Renovations

Indianola, IA
  • Commercial Structures
  • Interiors
  • Residential Structures
  • Free quotes

At Archer Renovations, we approach mobile home demolition projects with professionalism, ensuring that our customers receive the quality service they expect. Contact us today to for a free estimate! more


Demolishin Derby

Chariton, IA

When you need residential or commercial demolition services you can rely on throughout the greater Chariton, IA area, look no further than Demolishin Derby. Our experts can help remove your unwanted structures quickly and affordably. more

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Iowa Demolition

Des Moines, IA

Serving the State of Iowa with reliable commercial, industrial, and residential demolition services, Iowa Demolition has 60 years of experience demolishing buildings, homes, and structures. more


Kelly Cortum Inc

Norwalk, IA

Founded in 1988 with a single dump truck, Kelly Cortum Inc has since grown to be a full-service excavation and trucking company. started his business. Our team of experts has grown since then, as has our list of services, ranging... more


Huber Grading Inc

Elkhart, IA

Huber Grading Inc is the leading grading contractor in Des Moines, IA and surrounding areas. We tackle projects of all sizes, including commercial demolition, mobile home demolition, and more.  more


Norm Rozendaal Tiling & Septic

Monroe, IA

Norm Rozendaal Tiling has been installing and servicing farm field tile and septic systems for nearly four decades. Norm and Tim are also Certified Time of Transfer Inspectors by the state of Iowa. We can help with many facets of... more


Vanderpool Construction Inc

Indianola, IA

Vanderpool Construction has been performing mobile home demolition for more than 50 years. Proudly serving central and south central Iowa, we are a family owned and operated company that goes above and beyond for our customers. more


RW Excavating & Dozing

Prairie City, IA

When it comes to mobile home demolition services in the Newton, Iowa area, RW Excavating & Dozing is the company to call. We set ourselves above the rest with our attention to detail, customer-oriented service, and honest prices. more


Des Moines Junk

Des Moines, IA

Des Moines Junk is a locally owned and operated demolition and junk removal company serving clients in Des Moines and surrounding communities. We specialize in demolition services of all types, including house demolition, mobile home demolition, and more. more


Randy's Backhoe Service

Martensdale, IA

In Des Moines and surrounding areas, Randy's Backhoe Service is known for providing high-quality site preparation and mobile home demolition services. We offer dependability, experience, friendliness, and professionalism. more


Vos Earth Moving

Pella, IA

Vos Earth Moving is a moving company proudly serving Pella, IA and surrounding areas. In addition to helping our clients move, we offer the additional solution of mobile home demolition. Our goal is to exceed expectations while providing high-quality services... more

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Swan, IA

Mobile Home Removal Project Tips

How does mobile home relocation work?

If you're choosing to relocate your mobile home, the process is a bit more complicated than demolition or deconstruction.

Typically, the relocation process will follow these steps:

  • Receive quote(s) from desired contractor(s).
  • Choose the right contractor for the job.
  • Get necessary permits.
  • Stairs, decks, and porch roofs are removed.
  • Utilities are disconnected, skirt is removed, and underground ties are released. (In some cases, the mobile home must be separated into two parts for transportation.)
  • Home is crane lifted onto a flatbed trailer.
  • Trailer hauls mobile home to intended destination.
  • Mobile home is set up and reconnected in its new location.

Not all mobile homes are fit to be relocated, and the time it takes to move it depends on its current state. But relocation is an option if homeowners are particularly fond of their mobile home.