A Cornerstone Enterprise LLC has been in business for more than 12 years. Proudly serving the Newark area out of Marion, New York, we offer safe and efficient mobile home demolition, dumpster rental, excavating, grading, underground utilities, and more.
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Guy Rogers Excavating knows what it takes to complete a variety of demolition and excavating projects throughout the area, including mobile home demolition. Our team is comprised of highly trained and experienced individuals committed to completing projects safely and efficiently.
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.
Located in Campbell, NY, B&P General Contracting Co offers a full list of demolition and removal services for businesses and homeowners. Whether you need an old parking lot torn up, oil tanks removed, or pools filled in, we’...
Austin Construction LLC proudly serves the Corning, NY area. We know what it takes to accomplish demolition and construction projects on time and within our customers' budget, including mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and more.
For over 35 years, Tripodi Contracting has been providing a wide range of services throughout Rochester, NY and surrounding areas, like mobile home demolition, interior demolition, chimney removal, concrete removal, and so much more.
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How much does mobile home demolition cost?
The cost to remove a mobile home is relatively inexpensive compared to other removal and demolition projects. The average price is just over $2,600. However, several things will affect this price. For example, if your mobile home has a shingle roof, extra labor will be required and there will be a higher disposal weight/fee. If you have the strength and relative know-how, you can tear apart the most salvageable aspects of your mobile home for scrap on your own, reducing the overall removal cost. The outer steel panels may be a bit of a pain to cut, but the rest shouldn’t be too much work.
The average 12 ft x 60 ft mobile home can be worth anywhere from $200-$700 in recycled metal.