J&J Dumpster Rental and Junk Removal specializes in providing top-notch demolition services throughout Bossier City, LA and the surrounding areas. Our mission is to keep our environment clean one demo at a time.
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Richie Contracting is based in Shreveport, Louisiana and offers high-quality services for competitive prices, including mobile home demolition. Customers turn to us when they need straightforward services that aren't overpriced, and that's exactly what we provide.
Roy Sattler Construction Inc is proud to serve residential and commercial customers throughout the greater Benton, Louisiana area. They specialize in construction services, but also perform demolition, remodeling, and so much more.
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How does mobile home deconstruction work?
Deconstruction is the second common option for removing a mobile home. The process is similar to that of demolition, except it requires a more hands-on approach. Usually, deconstruction follows these steps:
- Receive quote(s) from desired contractor(s).
- Choose the right contractor for the job.
- Get a permit.
- Mobile home is disassembled piece by piece.
- Salvageable materials are separated.
- Remaining debris is hauled away.
Deconstruction is not suitable for all mobile homes. It is also more expensive and takes longer than traditional demolition, but it is better for the environment and can pay off if there's a decent amount of salvageable materials.