Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Benwood, WV

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  • All Demolition

  • Barn Demolition

  • Chimney Removal

  • Commercial Building

  • Concrete Removal

  • Deck, Shed or Fence

  • House or Garage

  • Interior Demolition

  • Mobile Home

  • Pool Removal

  • Tank Removal

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Litman Excavating Inc

836 1st St, New Martinsville WV 26155

Litman Excavating & Construction is an experienced and dedicated service provider specializing in demolition, construction, and excavating. A family owned and operated company founded in 1963, Litman performs house demolition, mobile home demolition, and more.

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Wells West End Excavating Inc

4519 Fairway Dr, Steubenville OH 43953

Since 1968, West End Excavating, Inc. has been serving Steubenville, OH and nearby communities. They specialize in excavating, demolition, building, foundations, and roads and streets, and they believe in old-fashioned work principles.

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Bill Wise Excavating

899 Jollytown Rd, New Freeport PA 15352

Bill Wise Excavating has been raising the bar in excavating and demolition services since 1966. They have the ability and equipment to do what others can’t or won’t. No job is too small or too large and complex for ...

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Thralls Contracting

222 Tollgate Run, Waynesburg PA 15370

From pool and concrete removals to barn and commercial demolition, Thralls Contracting is your trusted source for unparalleled results. We hold ourselves to the highest industry standards to ensure jobs are completed safely and to customer satisfaction.

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Benwood, WV

Tips for Removing Mobile Homes

How does mobile home deconstruction work?

Deconstruction is the second common option for removing a mobile home. The process is similar to that of demolition, except it requires a more hands-on approach. Usually, deconstruction follows these steps:

  • Receive quote(s) from desired contractor(s).
  • Choose the right contractor for the job.
  • Get a permit.
  • Mobile home is disassembled piece by piece.
  • Salvageable materials are separated.
  • Remaining debris is hauled away.

Deconstruction is not suitable for all mobile homes. It is also more expensive and takes longer than traditional demolition, but it is better for the environment and can pay off if there's a decent amount of salvageable materials.