Mobile Home Removal and Disposal in Ripley, WV

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Bob's Dumptruck & Excavating Service

Elkview, WV

At Bob's Dumptruck & Excavating Service, we specialize in providing residential and commercial site work of all shapes and sizes. We can tear down structures of all shapes and sizes, including mobile homes, houses, pools, concrete, and much more. more

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Thaxton Excavating & Trucking

Hurricane, WV

Based out of Hurricane, West Virginia, Thaxton Excavating & Trucking is driven to provide the best residential and commercial demolition services around. Our staff of experienced contractors can handle concrete removal, mobile home demolition, and much more. more

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Echo Inc.

Charleston, WV

Echo, Inc. is a family-owned and operated demolition company that services all of West Virginia and surrounding states. We can complete a wide range of residential and commercial services, including mobile home demolition.  more

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Pullins Excavation Inc

Pomeroy, OH

Pullins Excavation Inc is based in Pomeroy, Ohio and serves surrounding areas. We are here to serve you in every capacity, providing excellent customer service and high-quality results that you deserve, including concrete removal, mobile home demolition, and more. more

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Hatfield Demolition

Charleston, WV

For more than 16 years, Hatfield Excavating, Inc. has been serving Charleston, WV and nearby areas. They specialize in demolition and excavating, but they also perform flood cleanup, land clearing, stump removal, paving, drainage, hauling, and so much more. more

Mobile Home Demolition Tips for Ripley, WV

Tips for Removing Mobile Homes

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.