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Mobile Home Removal & Demolition in North Carolina

Need to remove that old mobile home on your property located in North Carolina? We can remove old mobile homes or manufactured homes from your property fast and easy. We also offer Mobile Home Demolition services in North Carolina.

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Is it time to remove that outdated mobile home or manufactured home off your property? Do you own a mobile home in North Carolina that you no longer want?

You can get rid of the old trailer or mobile home that is parked on your land in a number of ways. We’ll go through every option available for mobile home removal or demolition in this guide. Jump to the section that best suits your needs, use the links below:

In North Carolina, the average cost to remove a mobile home is between $3,000 and $5,000.

It is not an easy task to remove and dismantle mobile houses. We have the skills and professionals to assist with the removal of your old mobile home from your land. Depending on the size of your mobile home or manufactured home, removal or demolition typically costs between $3,000 and $5,000 in North Carolina. When dismantling or demolishing your old trailer, mobile home, or manufactured house, there are a lot of things to think about, including the procedures involved, expenses, time, contractors, debris, and permits.

There are a few things to consider when demolishing a mobile home.

Permits are necessary in almost every city, town, or municipality in North Carolina when a mobile home is being demolished. The majority of permits have fees, which typically range from $100 to $400 and occasionally much more. The cost of your permit typically depends on where you live. Make sure you talk about the permit with your local contractor, who is in charge of securing the required permits, and find out if they will charge for it or not.

Demolishing Processes Involved

Demolishing a mobile home

Mobile Home Demolition Example Video

  • Getting quotes from local contractors
  • Choosing the right contractor for the demolition
  • Getting a permit (Yes you need a permit!)
  • Mobile home, trailer or manufactured home teardown
  • Metal has to be separated and most contractors will salvage what they can to reduce costs
  • The remaining debris must be hauled away before the process is complete

A Permit Is 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 $100-400 and sometimes even more. The cost of your permit typically depends on where you live in North Carolina. 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 Costs:

There are several factors that will 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:

  • Roof Type – shingled, metal, clay tile etc
  • Location – how far is the mobile home from the dump?
  • Size – how big is your trailer, mobile home, or manufactured home?
  • Belongings– is the mobile home empty, or full of your belongings?

“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

Time Involved:

Traditional demolition is quick and painless with the use of the appropriate equipment (supplied by your contractor). In most cases your mobile home can be torn down in just a few hours.

In Case You Didn’t Know:

Demolition is one of the fastest and most inexpensive way to tear down your trailer or mobile home. Depending on your location, the size of your home, and the weight of your mobile home, it could cost you around $5,000-$12,000 to have your mobile home demolished.

Need to remove, sell, or donate your mobile home? We can help!

Selling your mobile home is a pretty straight forward process. We can help you sell your manufactured  home quickly in North Carolina. We know all the in’s and out’s and laws required to make this happen.

We’re a licensed mobile home dealer in the state of North Carolina:

North Carolina Mobile Home Buyer buys mobile homes all around the state. All North Carolina local statutes and laws are followed by us. In more than 900+ FL cities, we make quick cash offers on mobile homes.

We’re the #1 mobile home buyer in NC:

People like you who needed to sell their mobile home quickly, have used our cash buying solutions across the State of North Carolina. We are seasoned buyers and investors searching for mobile homes to be purchased, and we have a network of movers!

Our customers can testify our buying process:

We have bought numerous mobile homes from individuals in Tampa, Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Miami, Winter Haven, Zephyrhills, and over 900+ cities in FL. Take a look at some of the reviews below:

Sammy Montague

NC Mobile Home Buyer came to my rescue. They were very patient in helping me through the entire process. They were very knowledgeable in answering all of the questions I had.

– Sammy Montague

Mobile Home Seller

Sammy Montague

NC Mobile Home Buyer came to my rescue. They were very patient in helping me through the entire process. They were very knowledgeable in answering all of the questions I had.

– Sammy Montague

Mobile Home Seller

Sammy Montague

NC Mobile Home Buyer came to my rescue. They were very patient in helping me through the entire process. They were very knowledgeable in answering all of the questions I had.

– Sammy Montague

Mobile Home Seller

Our buying process is simple when it comes to selling your mobile home:

  • Step 1: We quickly review the information you send us on your mobile home, manufactured home, or trailer.
  • Step 2: We come out to inspect the mobile home, manufactured home, or trailer to give the best cash offer possible.​
  • Step 3: We give you a cash offer on the spot, with cash in hand, ready to make your selling experience simple.​