Re-level a Manufactured Home?
Yes indeed! Mobile or manufactured homes are set on moveable jacks so they can be adjusted as needed. How doors and windows function is directly related to how level the home is. You need to re-level a manufactured home at least once every five years.
What is the correct way to re-level a manufactured home?
I’m glad you asked, because its very important that you do it correctly. There is a correct sequence to use, and yes there are certain things you need to intentionally ignore if you want to do the job correctly.
As a specialty service, it generally costs between $200 and $500 to re-level a manufactured home, depending primarily on the number of sections and the length of the home. On average the process takes between 1 and 2 hours. Not a bad little money maker, right? But mobile home parks are very tight knit communities, so do it wrong once, and you’ve lost a whole bunch of potential business. By the same token, do it right once, and you may find yourself pretty busy all in one neighborhood. Learning to re-level a manufactured home can be a freeway into mobile home repairs that are a constant source of good income for you.
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