Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Hayfield, MN

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Roger's Tree Service

Rochester, MN

Roger's Tree Service has been serving the greater Rochester, Minnesota for more than 15 years. We have the fleet of equipment to handle any job that comes our way, ranging from mobile home demolition to concrete removal, house demolition, and more. more

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O'Connell Excavating & Plumbing Inc

Spring Valley, MN

O'Connell Excavating & Plumbing Inc offers demolition, excavating, and plumbing services to Lanesboro, Minnesota and surrounding areas. Our team is able to accomplish all kinds of jobs, from house demolition to concrete removal, mobile home demolition, and more. more

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Kats Company

Rochester, MN

Based in Rochester, Minnesota, Kats Company specializes in comprehensive demolition services, ranging from concrete removal to mobile home demolition and everything in between. more

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Proscapes of Rochester

Rochester, MN

Proscapes of Rochester has been serving the Rochester area since 2007. For more than 10 years, we have been serving our community in a variety of ways, including mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and so much more. more

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S. L. Contracting, Inc.

Rochester, MN

S. L. Contracting, Inc. is a dirt service contracting company servicing the Rochester, MN area. Our experienced and dynamic team is able to accomplish a variety of jobs, including deck removal, mobile home demolition, and more.  more

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Sexter's Excavating & Trucking

Owatonna, MN

Locally owned and operated, Sexter's Excavating & Trucking offers reliable demolition and excavating services. We offer a wide range of demolition services, including mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and more. more

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How does mobile home demolition work?

Mechanical mobile home demolition is straightforward—it is torn down using heavy machinery, like an excavator. From there, the debris from the mobile home is loaded into a dumpster or trailer truck and hauled away to the nearest landfill or recycling facility. Before demolition can begin, however, you must obtain a permit. Oftentimes, your demolition contractor will handle this process for you, but make sure you confirm this with them.