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Murphy Excavating is a family owned and operated company serving Central New York since 1952. They offer complete residential and commercial services. Their services include home and pool demolition, land clearing, excavating, and more.
Kitchen Excavating, Inc. offers Central New York quality excavation, demolition, and trucking services at affordable rates. They can assist in building a new commercial site, solving septic troubles at home, heavy hauling, and more.
Burton D Seymour Excavating is located in Westmoreland, NY and serves surrounding communities. They specialize in demolition, septic system repair, septic tank cleaning, excavating, sand and gravel, grading, topsoil, and so much more.
Established in 1960, United Contractors of Utica is the reputable choice when it comes to residential or commercial demolition services, including mobile home demolition. Our team is dedicated to fast, friendly and cost effective demo & wrecking services.
Harvey Materials Corp is based in Utica, New York and provides quality demolition and material services to surrounding communities. Our team is qualified to deal with the biggest and smallest projects, ranging from concrete removal, mobile home demolition, and more.
Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Frankfort, NY
Mobile Home Demolition Project Tips
Can I donate my unwanted mobile home?
If you're planning on demolishing your mobile home, there a number of options available to you. One less-than-standard method is donating it.
There are a few different ways you can donate your mobile home: to a charitable organization, to an individual in need, or to your local fire department.
Donating to a charity/individual:
Ensure your home meets building codes. (If it doesn't meet the necessary codes, then donation won't be an option for you.)
Find a charity/someone interested in your mobile home (Kars 4 Kids and The Freecycle Network are good resources.)
Arrange to have your mobile home removed from your property.
Donating to your local fire department:
Reach out to your local fire department to see if they're interested in using your mobile home for a controlled burn exercise.
As shown in the above video, your local fire department comes to your property and burns your mobile home down.