Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Apple Mountain Lake, VA

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Paramount Property Services, LLC

7081 Lineweaver Rd, Warrenton VA 20187

Founded in 1999, Paramount Property Services LLC is a family-owned and operated company. We have the experience and the expertise needed to accomplish various projects, including mobile home demolition.

D & J Excavating

15161 Washington St, Haymarket VA 20169

If you're in need of demolition services in the greater Fairfax, VA area, D & J Excavating is sure to offer the solution you're looking for. From garage and mobile home demolition to pool and deck removal, our team of experts is efficient in all that we do.

Fauquier Excavation Co

8075 Frytown Rd, Warrenton VA 20187

Fauquier Excavation is a locally owned and operated demolition and excavation company located in Warrenton, VA. They offer customized construction solutions, structural and pool demolition, land clearing, grading, and more.

Cheap Eddie's Roll Off Service

38213 North Fork Rd, Purcellville VA 20132

Serving Purcellville, VA and nearby communities, Cheap Eddie’s Roll Off Service knows the value of your time and dollar. They specialize in construction, excavating, and demolition services, but they also perform construction cleanup, debris removal, and equipment rental.

Kee Construction Services Inc

420 W Jubal Early Dr Ste 104, Winchester VA 22601

Kee Construction Services, Inc. is a Virginia and West Virginia licensed Class A contractor with a masters in electrical designation. From mobile home demolition to commercial demolition, we've got you covered!

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Apple Mountain Lake, VA

Tips for Removing Mobile Homes

According to national averages, it generally costs roughly $3.50 per square foot to remove a mobile home. So, a 20 ft x 40 ft mobile home would cost around $2,800 to remove. The exact price of your mobile home will depend on a number of factors, including the size of your mobile home, where it's located, how much is inside the home, the type of roof on the mobile home, etc. If you are willing and able, you could save some money on demolition or deconstruction by doing some of the more minor, superficial work yourself. There's often a lot of recycled metal inside a mobile home, which could be worth a decent chunk of change. This could help save you money on your mobile home removal.