Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Fryeburg, ME

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Rubbish Doctor

Portland, ME

At Rubbish Doctor, we are committed to being your go-to expert for both commercial and residential interior and exterior demolition. Whether you need concrete removal, mobile home demo, or floor removal, we've got you covered! more

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The Waterboro Trash Guy

Waterboro, ME

The Waterboro Trash Guy is a Veteran owned business proudly serving customers in Southern Maine and New Hampshire. When you hire us for your mobile home demolition, you can rely on our team to inspect your structure thoroughly, demolish your... more

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Everett Excavation Corp

South Paris, ME

Based in Bethel, Maine, Everett Excavation Corp proudly offers excavating and demolition services that residential and commercial customers have come to rely on. Our team is qualified to deal with mobile home demolition, concrete removal, house demolition, and more. more

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P & K Sand & Gravel Inc

Naples, ME

P & K Sand & Gravel, Inc. specializes in aggregate, excavation, and demolition services. Family owned and operated since 1970, we can tackle all types of projects, including mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and more. more

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Wilson Excavating Inc

Waterford, ME

Wilson Excavating Inc is known throughout the Bethel, Maine area for providing high-quality services that customers can count on. We have an outstanding team of specialists—one that utilizes powerful and efficient equipment to accomplish all kinds of mobile home... more

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Fryeburg, ME

Tips for Demolishing Mobile Homes

How does mobile home demolition work?

If you’re overwhelmed with the process of starting a mobile home demolition, it can be helpful to break the job done into a few steps. Almost all mobile home demolition projects will follow a plan like this:

  • Receive quote(s) from desired contractor(s).
  • Choose the right contractor for the job.
  • Get a permit.
  • Mobile home is torn down.
  • Salvageable metal is separated.
  • Remaining debris is hauled away.

It can be helpful to visualize these steps to make the process less daunting.