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How is mobile home demolition handled?

The mobile home removal process varies slightly but generally involves receiving quotes from potential contractors, choosing the right contractor for the job, getting any necessary permits, tearing down the mobile home with an excavator or similar heavy equipment, separating any salvageable materials, and hauling away any remaining debris.
 

How much does mobile home demolition cost?

The national average cost to demolish a single-wide mobile home is $3,000-$5,000, including debris disposal, while a double-wide trailer averages $4,000-$7,000.

Where the mobile home is located, its size and inside contents, and who you hire are a few of the biggest factors that affect mobile home removal cost.
 

Who should I hire to handle my mobile home demolition?

To ensure you hire the best contractor for your mobile home demolition, we recommend getting three estimates whenever possible. This allows you to adequately compare experience, customer service, costs, and availability before hiring someone to assist with your mobile home demolition project.