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How to put a Mobile Home on property
--xa0--xa0Since I built a whole house for him when I was 15, I thought it was easy!--xa0My husband is a mobile house Mobile and setup guy in Florida, so he has a lot of experience to support him.Dad started looking for the property around his current house as it was already sold there and he had better bring it here to sell it.--xa0He finally found the perfect property about 2 miles from home.
--xa0Two and a half acres.
Wooded property, it even has a partial base.--xa0Because it has a good drainage site, which will save some money, the cost of the property seems to be worth it, though a little higher than what dad wants to pay.It\'s my responsibility to find mobile houses (these are semi-mobile houses)Truck with special fixtures on the back, connected to mobile native language)xa0As far as I know, I seem to be very good at doing this.
xa0What am I looking.
--xa0I finally found a local company within our price range.--xa0Moving a house can be expensive, but there are a lot of things you can do to help you if you know how to reduce costs.--xa0The fee is also included because they have to apply for a road permit.
--xa0I have everything ready and now it is time to prepare the house for home.--xa0As long as dad knows we can do it, as long as there is a moving company, he can buy the house comfortably.He bought things so we could start working.
--xa0First of all, he has to obtain a building permit, which was done in our local planning and zoning department.--xa0He has to write a plan of what he is doing so they can approve it.--xa0This is done in our county, and in your county, it may be different.
--xa0The best way to find these services is to look them up in the phone book, from there, and make a phone call.--xa0Someone will know where to guide you.--xa0--xa0You need to know if you are allowed to move houses in your county, some allow single wide move houses, our No.
Once you have your plan, they will definitely tell you to make some changes, which is just the way it is done.--xa0Maybe it makes them feel like they are making money.--xa0No matter how perfect you think you\'re doing, he\'ll find out what you\'re doing wrong.
You need to know the size of the house you are installing, the edge of the roof to the edge of the roof, not the square foot.--xa0You need to know the type of base you are installing and in some places they don\'t allow you to use floating pads.--xa0Each area of the county needs a certain partition code, so they will tell you how high blocks you need to walk when building the foundation.
Since the property already has a well, we don\'t need to put one of the wells in, but we do need to make the drain bigger.--xa0The size of the drain depends on the number of bedrooms in your home.--xa0So my father had to bring this up for some people to make this bigger.
To do this, you need to find a local excavator.--xa0Your building and zoning personnel will contact the people in the health department to come out and tell you the location of the drainage area.--xa0Your excavator will be the one to put in.
--xa0They will dig out the land, put down the sand, then put the pea gravel on it and put it in your drain.--xa0This is a flexible material with ridges and very porous.--xa0This will then be covered with more pea gravel, followed by dirt and possible straw to keep the soil in place.
--xa0Each excavator has its own operation method.--xa0This is also the person who put your septic tank in.--xa0The septic tank will be closer to your home than the drain field and both will be connected.
At some point you need an electrician to connect your electricity, even if it just puts a box on the pole in your yard.--xa0Unless you only have a hand pump at this time, you need power to run your pump.--xa0You should have electricity for the purposes of other power tools.
Re-Let us re-What do you need so far:xa0Mobile House with measurement, building permit, foundation, well, septic tank, drainage yard and electricity.If you are going to do it yourself, building the foundation requires some knowledge of cement work, or at least a willingness to learn.--xa0You can rent a cement mixer for this, or you can stir the cement in with a push car.
--xa0If you\'re the only one using it, the trolley is fine.--xa0You should put your well in at this point so you can have water.Once your foundation is in place and everything is ready, you can take it home.
--xa0You can save money here now.
--xa0If you know how to separate a house that has been laid out, this will save you nearly $3200 depending on the connection of the house.--xa0If your movers have to do this, they either do it themselves or hire them to do it.This needs to be prepared for the movement itself, connecting the tongue, cutting the ridge cap, removing the front and rear side plates, removing the drain, removing any awning, removing the deck, removing the skirting, disconnecting all the anchors, disconnect the pig tail (electricity) under the house ).
--xa0You also need to have a good working axle and tires to move, all of which need to be put on.--xa0You may have to ask, sometimes these are the things your movers will have.--xa0Mobile home tires are the same, the wheels have no hub, just connect with bolts.
--xa0You need tools for this process.
--xa0Wrench, hammer, cutter, crowbar, come on, 16 P nail on the double head, heavy visquine (20 feet by 100 feet) roll, edge rail, 2 ladders and hydraulic jack.For the interior, you need to separate the carpet and remove any wood on the seams at home.--xa0If you are currently living in this home and everything you have is still there, you need to take it down, remove any shelf from the wall and wrap up anything that might be broken, because the house is bumpy on the road.
--xa0Remove anything from the center of the house.--xa0On top of that, everything you have can stay there.--xa0No need to pay for the moving company!Once the home is separated, you will need to cover the openings on both sides with heavy visquine and furring straps, using a double-headed 16 p nail.
--xa0You\'re going to roll the waverquinn up and nail it on the wood at home.--xa0This should be as tight as possible.--xa0It will help if you have a strong young man to help you, otherwise plan for two days or more to help you.--xa0Your movers will grab the tongue and take it away!Now put the puzzle back together!Once it reaches your new property, you need to put it back together in the opposite order so you can take it apart.
--xa0Now you can see why it saves you a lot of money because it\'s a big job!--xa0The only other thing you need to put it back together is a carpet tailor and carpet tape, and maybe some trim nails to reassemble the wood inside.My husband is very good at this and loves it very much, once (years ago) he set a record for building a house in Dade County, Florida, and built 52% new homes.--xa0So he used that knowledge in our current state of Michigan.
--xa0In his spare time, I helped him move and set up 4 homes