Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Eddyville, OR

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Haul It All

5060 Philomath Blvd, Corvallis OR 97333

Haul It All is your go-to company for fast, reliable junk removal and light demolition. Whether you have a dilapidated shed that needs to be demolished or an old fence removed, we're here to help. We provide service in Corvallis, ...

Serving the Newport, Oregon area, Allan Parker Logging & Diving offers extensive demolition services, including mobile home demolition, concrete removal, and more. Our team is committed to completing projects in a safe, effective, and timely manner. 

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James Drayton Trucking and Excavation

2020 SE Highway 101, Lincoln City OR 97367

James Drayton Trucking and Excavation has been providing the central Oregon Coast with high-quality demolition services for over 40 years. Some of these services include pool removal, mobile home demolition, and more. 

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Salmon River Contractors Inc

2941 NW Highway 101, Lincoln City OR 97367

Salmon River Contractors Inc is Lincoln City, Oregon's go-to source for excavating, demolition, and sea wall services. We take a serious approach to every project we take on, whether mobile home demolition, concrete removal, or house demolition.

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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.