Because it requires the deconstruction and removal of a building that is often larger and heavier than a standard single-family home, mobile home demolition and removal can be a complicated procedure. To ensure the safety of people involved and to limit the influence on the surrounding environment, proper procedures and rules must be followed.
Here are some measures to take while dismantling and removing a mobile home:
Obtain any required permits: Depending on where you live, you may need to obtain permits from the local government before you can begin the destruction and removal of the mobile home. These permissions may include a demolition permit as well as any other permits needed for debris disposal.
Before you begin the demolition process, make sure you unplug all utilities linked to the mobile home, such as power, gas, and water. This will help to prevent accidents and utility damage.
Remove any hazardous items: Hazardous materials such as asbestos, lead paint, and mold may be present in mobile homes and must be removed and disposed of correctly. You may need to engage a professional to remove these materials.
Demolish the mobile home: Once you've completed all of the necessary preparations, you can begin the demolition process. This may entail tearing down the structure with heavy machinery such as excavators or bulldozers. Alternatively, you could dismantle the mobile home piece by piece.
After the mobile home is demolished, you must remove the debris. You can either hire a company to remove it or rent a dumpster to do it yourself. For turnkey demolition projects, we have a 40-yard roll off dumpster as well as other sizes of dump trailers.
It is critical to follow all applicable laws when removing or demolishing a mobile home. You should also take precautions to keep yourself and your family safe. You may be uncomfortable with the work and would prefer to have it done by a professional.
You are now prepared to begin mobile home demolition.Call Houston Contracting Demolition, LLC for a free estimate.