There are several ways to remove a mobile home from your property, but there are a number of factors that will affect what options are available to your specific mobile home. The size and condition of your mobile home—along with other factors, like cost and budget—will determine which mobile home removal method is best for you.
Mechanical demolition is far and away the quickest and most inexpensive way to tear down your mobile home. Depending on the size and location of the mobile home, as well as the contents/weight of the home, mobile home demolition typically costs somewhere around $4,000 - $5,000.
Deconstruction is not a suitable method for all mobile homes, and it is usually more expensive—costing roughly double what traditional demolition costs—and time-consuming that mechanical demolition. However, it comes with serious environmental benefits and can pay off if there's a lot of salvageable materials.
Relocation is typically more expensive than mobile home demolition, coming in at around $7,000 in some cases. It is also only an option if the mobile home is in movable condition. (Whether or not your mobile home is considered "movable" will be determined by a professional.
Taking it to the dump is another option, similar to relocation but less expensive because it's not being re-assembled once it gets to its destination; it's simply being trashed (or recycled if possible). This will run you around $1,000 - $2,000 on average.