cost of moving a mobile home
moriah

Ringgold, GA

#359 Apr 9, 2008
I need an estimate for moving a 1965 20X55 double wide... It would be from Shingletown ca to Cottonwood CA.. It's about 51 minutes away..

Also how do I get a permit from the county?? Does it cost??
moriah

Ringgold, GA

#360 Apr 9, 2008
my e-mail is [email protected]
Donna

Brooklyn, NY

#361 Apr 10, 2008
I am looking to move my 1998, 1900 sq. ft. double wide mobile home onto land with a basement. It's about 3 miles away. I live in Williamson, New York and was wondering where the closest company is and how costly it would be? Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you!!!!
Donna

Brooklyn, NY

#362 Apr 10, 2008
It's WILLIAMSON, NEW YORK (not sure how it came up with Brighton, MA???) my email address it [email protected]
western new yorker

Lockport, NY

#363 Apr 26, 2008
looking to put a smaller approx 10x40 or thereabouts (nothing larger than 12 wide or 50 long) move to zip code 14737 in Catt. county NY from anywhere that's reasonable. Niag Falls 14304 saw some ok trailers but I want get get a moving quote FIRST before committing to buying any mobile home. land still needs prepared.

Since: Apr 08

Buffalo, NY

#364 Apr 28, 2008
For those of you looking for someone to teardown/move/reset up your mobile homes/double wides check with your local mobile home dealers in your area. They can put you in touch with crews that specialize in that area. The majority of crews work for many dealers not just one. I work in the housing manufactering of these units. Thats the first place I would check. Don't give up if your told by the first dealer they don't have and crews to do your job. Try others.
Bill Hopkins

United States

#366 Apr 28, 2008
I'm looking to move a 52 x 28 four miles, to a vacant lot. I need, teardown, and set-up. I would need the slab or crwal space and all city services hooked up including electricasl, plumbing, water, ect.. The lot had ahouse on it a few months ago but it was lost to fire. Is there a figure for total moving expences I should be looking at beofre I think about moving the home?
Pam Flutie

Windsor, CO

#367 Apr 29, 2008
I need to have a single-wide mobile home moved WITHIN Fort Collins, CO, so only a matter of less than 10 miles or so. Does anyone know of a company in this area that does this and/or how much this will cost from getting it ready to be moved to setting up in the new location? Thanks!
Donna

Apalachin, NY

#368 Apr 29, 2008
Kat,

I would love to know what company you used as I am from upstate NY and would like to move our trailer to Kentucky. Thanks.
kat derosa wrote:
Whew! we just had our 97 singlewide moved over 30 miles in New York State. The reason it was so hard to find someone is because there are so many added safety regulations that the transporters have to deal with. They have to be licensed by the state, insured (your mobile home insurance doesn't cover damage while moving), and get the proper permits
from the Dept. of transportation in order to move on their roads. The guy we finally found was a gem!
But he was 100 miles away! It cost us $3000 plus a generous tip for them to break down the plumbing, jack it up and remove the supporting blocks, attach the hitch, fix 2 axles, put tires on the axles, put safety lights on the back, transport it with 2 guide trucks and a crew of 5 men, get it onto the property and slab (that was a feat, because the pivoting of the axles wasn't tight and it took him 4 careful hours and a special hydraulic tow hitch to move the 66 ft. trailer back and forth, up and down, eight inches at a time in order to get it up the 35 ft. wide driveway, lined with trees!) Then they have to hook up the electric, plumbing, sewer, jack it up, put and level supporting blocks, install huricane tie-downs and remove the tires, safety lights, and hitch. They were worth every dime! We did our own skirting. Wasn't hard at all, as long as you are on a concrete pad. We were living in it in a park and wanted it moved to our own land. It looks better now that it's set right this time!
kimberly rogers

Terre Haute, IN

#369 May 1, 2008
did you sell it yet? The mobile home
kimberly rogers

Terre Haute, IN

#370 May 1, 2008
lty133 wrote:
Selling a 3 bedroom skyline
what are you asking for it?
Douglas Miller

Pittsburgh, PA

#371 May 1, 2008
Donna Holden wrote:
My husband and I have a mobile home moving business to transport anywhere nationwide with the proper authority, if anyone needs to move, doublewide, singlewide or modular homes, over 20 years experience, if interested, please reply back.
Thank You....
I have a 12x60 mobile home I need towed from Aguanga,CA to Winterhaven,CA about 185 miles. I have place to move and cant find anyone who does it.
my email: [email protected]
Thanks
Douglas Miller

Pittsburgh, PA

#372 May 1, 2008
wrandy wrench wrote:
<quoted text>I saw an empty stall in vermont when I was on holidays........ why not try there !
try McCoy mobile home/rv park in Winterhaven,CA
just inside california across river from yuma arizona
Jae

AOL

#373 May 2, 2008
I would love to know who your mover was. I am looking to move from TX to KY and having a horrible time finding a mover. Any help you can give would be greatly appreciated.
Jae
kat derosa wrote:
Whew! we just had our 97 singlewide moved over 30 miles in New York State. The reason it was so hard to find someone is because there are so many added safety regulations that the transporters have to deal with. They have to be licensed by the state, insured (your mobile home insurance doesn't cover damage while moving), and get the proper permits
from the Dept. of transportation in order to move on their roads. The guy we finally found was a gem!
But he was 100 miles away! It cost us $3000 plus a generous tip for them to break down the plumbing, jack it up and remove the supporting blocks, attach the hitch, fix 2 axles, put tires on the axles, put safety lights on the back, transport it with 2 guide trucks and a crew of 5 men, get it onto the property and slab (that was a feat, because the pivoting of the axles wasn't tight and it took him 4 careful hours and a special hydraulic tow hitch to move the 66 ft. trailer back and forth, up and down, eight inches at a time in order to get it up the 35 ft. wide driveway, lined with trees!) Then they have to hook up the electric, plumbing, sewer, jack it up, put and level supporting blocks, install huricane tie-downs and remove the tires, safety lights, and hitch. They were worth every dime! We did our own skirting. Wasn't hard at all, as long as you are on a concrete pad. We were living in it in a park and wanted it moved to our own land. It looks better now that it's set right this time!
Jae

AOL

#374 May 2, 2008
Kat if you get this post please email me privately at [email protected] If any of you had a great long distance mover like this one I would love to hear your experiance and get their name. You are also welcome to email me privately.

Jae
kimberley

United States

#375 May 4, 2008
I am going to purchase a moblie home that is already set up on land. I was told that before closing that this moblie home needs to be on a foundation..any legal advice about this or a new law stating this is greatley appericated. Area Alabama
Ed B

Richmond, IN

#376 May 13, 2008
Could some one give me a rough idea what the cost to demolish and remove a older (maybe late 60s to 70s) single wide would be in Lake county Michigan.
Thanks much, Ed
Redski

United States

#377 May 21, 2008
I want to move a double wide one county over to the next.I live in Upstate SC .
Can anyone reccomend a mover and setter?Im in the ph book under A Best deal Storage in seneca SC pleaes call if 'n anyone has info .
Janice Rizzo

Grand Rapids, MI

#378 May 26, 2008
Donna Holden wrote:
My husband and I have a mobile home moving business to transport anywhere nationwide with the proper authority, if anyone needs to move, doublewide, singlewide or modular homes, over 20 years experience, if interested, please reply back.
Thank You....

Dear Donna,

Looking for a mover to give me a estimate to move a single wide moble home from Sterling MI - to Parksburg, PA ~710 miles ~26,000 lbs

In addition, Need a estimate on how much it would cost with tear down & set up?

Having a difficult time trying to get an estimate.

Thank you for your time.

Janice

e-mail: [email protected]
sue

United States

#379 May 27, 2008
I want to have a trailer moved from new hudson Mi to milford Mi camp groud need a quote on a 14 by 62 foot.
Sue
Janice Rizzo wrote:
Donna Holden wrote:
My husband and I have a mobile home moving business to transport anywhere nationwide with the proper authority, if anyone needs to move, doublewide, singlewide or modular homes, over 20 years experience, if interested, please reply back.
Thank You....
Dear Donna,
Looking for a mover to give me a estimate to move a single wide moble home from Sterling MI - to Parksburg, PA ~710 miles ~26,000 lbs
In addition, Need a estimate on how much it would cost with tear down & set up?
Having a difficult time trying to get an estimate.
Thank you for your time.
Janice
e-mail: [email protected]

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