Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Centerville, NY

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22807, 18326, 16710, 24653
  • All Demolition

  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

  • Commercial Building

  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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The professional team at Tidd’s have the expertise to complete a broad range of residential demo, including mobile home demo. Tidd's has proudly served NY residents, contractors and businesses since 1945! Call today for a free mobile home removal estimate.

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jims five star services

594 West Branch Road, Franklinville NY 14737

Jim's Five Star Services, based in Franklinville, NY, serves the Greater Buffalo, NY area with flat-bed trucking, bulldozing and other construction site work. Whether you need residential or commercial services, Jim's Five Star Services can help! We are a ...

Capricorn Construction is located in Rochester, New York and serves surrounding areas in a number of ways. They specialize in a wide range of services, including roofing system installation and repair, demolition, and so much more.

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D & H Excavating

11939 Route 98 S, Arcade NY 14009

D&H Excavating, Inc. was founded in the mid-1980’s. Since then, D&H has grown from a small family-owned business to a crew of more than 40 employees. Our goal is to provide you with the best possible demolition services ...

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Centerville, NY

Mobile Home Removal Project Tips

How does mobile home relocation work?

If you're choosing to relocate your mobile home, the process is a bit more complicated than demolition or deconstruction.

Typically, the relocation process will follow these steps:

  • Receive quote(s) from desired contractor(s).
  • Choose the right contractor for the job.
  • Get necessary permits.
  • Stairs, decks, and porch roofs are removed.
  • Utilities are disconnected, skirt is removed, and underground ties are released. (In some cases, the mobile home must be separated into two parts for transportation.)
  • Home is crane lifted onto a flatbed trailer.
  • Trailer hauls mobile home to intended destination.
  • Mobile home is set up and reconnected in its new location.

Not all mobile homes are fit to be relocated, and the time it takes to move it depends on its current state. But relocation is an option if homeowners are particularly fond of their mobile home.