Mobile Home Removal & Demolition In Texas
Need to remove that old mobile home on your property located in Texas? We can remove old mobile homes or manufactured homes from your property fast and easy. We also offer Mobile Home Demolition services in Texas.
Texas Mobile Home Removal Services
Is it time to get rid of that old mobile home or manufactured home on your property? Do you live in Texas and have a mobile home that you don't want anymore?
There are several ways to get rid of that old trailer or mobile home sitting on your property. In this guide, we’ll cover all the methods you can utilize for mobile home removal, or demolition. Use the links below to jump to the section that fits your needs:
Option 1: Removing Mobile Homes
Typically removing a mobile home in Texas costs between $3,000 - $10,000.
Removing and demolishing mobile homes is no simple task. We have the know-how and experts to help with removing your old mobile home off of your property. In the state of Texas, removal or demolition normal costs between $2,000-$10,000 depending on the size of your manufactured home. There are many factors to consider when removing or demolishing your old trailer, mobile home, or manufactured home like: the processes involved, costs, time, contractors, debris, and permits.
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Option 2: Demolishing Mobile Homes
Here are a few things to consider when demolishing a mobile home.
In just about every city, town or municipality, permits will be required when demolishing a mobile home. Most permits required a fee, and usually range between $150-450 and sometimes even more. The cost of your permit typically depends on where you live. You will need to make sure you discuss the permit with your local contractor who is responsible for obtaining the necessary permits and whether or not they will include this in their pricing.
The Process Involved With Demolishing A Mobile Home:
Mobile Home Demolition Example Video
Permits Are Required:
In just about every city, town or municipality, permits will be required when demolishing a mobile home. Most permits require a fee, and usually range between $150-450 and sometimes even more. The cost of your permit typically depends on where you live. You will need to make sure you discuss the permit with your local contractor who is responsible for obtaining the necessary permits and whether or not they will include this in their pricing.
Mobile Home Demolition Cost:
There are several things that affect the pricing of your mobile home demolition like the roof type, location, size, and whether or not the home still has belongings inside. Here’s a list to factor in:
“The national average cost to demolish a mobile home is $3.50-$5 per square foot, so a 15 ft x 50 ft home would be around $2,625-$3,750 to remove, on average.” – Hometown Demolition
With the help of the right equipment (provided by your contractor), traditional demolition is quick and painless. In most cases your mobile home can be torn down in just a few hours.
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Option 3: Selling Your Mobile Home
Selling your mobile home is a pretty straight forward process.
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Our buying process is simple when it comes to selling your mobile home:
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Option 4: Donating Your Mobile Home
An easy tax write-off is to donate your mobile home. Local fire departments offer tax write-offs for donating mobile homes. You can check with your local fire department to learn more about this if you’re interested. Texas Mobile Home Buyer also accepts donated mobile homes, and can give you a receipt of goods for the donation.
Here are a few ways you can donate your mobile home and get cash back on your taxes next year: