Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Stephensport, KY

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Precision Demolition LLC

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Brownsville, KY

Precision Demolition LLC is a veteran-owned and operated company with more than 7 years of experience demolishing residential and commercial structures. We offer comprehensive demolition services to Kentucky, including mobile home demolition. more

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Elite Flooring and Services

Brandenburg, KY

Elite Flooring and Services knows what it takes to provide reliable dumpster rental services, demolition, and more. We provide our customers with high-quality services, extensive knowledge, and responsiveness, regardless of the project size. We are ready to get our hands... more

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K & K Dirt Works

Evanston, IN

K & K Dirtworks, Inc. is based in Evanston, Indiana and was incorporated in 2004. We are WBE and DBE certified, and we are a member of the Better Business Bureau. Specializing in demolition, we can tear down houses, mobile homes, and... more

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Benham's Highlift & Trucking

Brandenburg, KY

Benham’s High Lift & Trucking is your trusted source for removal, demolition, and trucking services. Based out of Brandenburg, Kentucky, we perform demolition for residential and commercial customers, including mobile home demolition, pool removal, and more. more

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Stephensport, KY

Mobile Home Demolition Project Tips

Can I donate my unwanted mobile home?

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.

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