Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Gladstone, VA

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Remove A Pool

11325 Random Hills Road suite 360, Fairfax VA 22030

Remove A Pool is a full-time, dedicated demolition company with the skills, experience, and equipment needed to tackle even the most challenging demolition projects, including mobile home demolition. Get in touch with us today to learn more!

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7-Hills Haul-Away & Junk Removal

346 Baldwin Cir, Lynchburg VA 24502

7-Hills Haul-Away & Junk Removal is a local, family-owned, licensed, and insured business providing top-quality waste management and demolition in Lynchburg, VA and the surrounding areas. We have been helping realtors and their clients for years by removing and disposing of ...

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Desseyn and Sons

1606 Helmsdale Dr, Forest VA 24551

Desseyn and Sons is a military veteran-owned junk removal, demolition and excavating/grading business equipped to handle light demolition projects, such as mobile home removal. We offer a no nonsense approach by making it simple – we evaluate the job, quote ...


Pearson Construction Inc

485 Pearson Dr, Dillwyn VA 23936

With more than 30 years of experience in the industry, Pearson Construction Inc. has what it takes to complete the job. We perform a wide range of demolition services, including mobile home demolition, house demolition, and more.

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How much does mobile home removal cost?

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.