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Common Questions About Moble Home Equipment

Mobile homes are great because they are affordable and easily customized. As long as you purchase the correct equipment, parts, and accessories, they will last a lifetime. Below are common questions that can help you avoid unnecessary maintenance and repair.

  • Do I need skirting for my mobile home?
    In one word, yes. Skirting is far more than just a decorative addition to your home, it serves a multitude of purposes. One of the most important functions it performs is insulation. Without skirting, it will take more time, energy, and money to heat or cool the unit. This equipment also keeps pests from getting into the cross space and causing damage that will be expensive to repair.

  • Is there any parts that increases my modular house‚Äôs steadfastness during storms?
    Tornados are a constant fear for all mobile home dwellers, especially those who live in the Midwest. There are multiple things you can do to secure your home to the ground. Much more effective than shutters are properly installed anchors and frame ties. When these two accessories are used, your house is harder for winds to lift up.

  • Is there a replacement for concrete foundation?
    Yes, you also have the choice of installing piers. This option is far less expensive and takes a lot less time to complete, while requiring the same amount of maintenance. However, before setting your heart on this alternative, there are a few things you should consider. This may not be the best choice for areas that are constant under siege by storms, heavy snow, or high winds as soft soil makes the process more difficult. Also, if you are using a loan to purchase your mobile home, you should make sure there is not a mandatory foundation type listed in the small print.
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    Companies that sell mobile home equipment and parts hire salesmen and delivery drivers. Some sell accessories entirely online.

    Some specialize in particular areas, such as plumbing or replacement doors. Others sell everything from bath tubs to shutters. Tool kits are commonly sold, especially to owners of campers and trailers that can actually be hitched up and moved. As mobile home owners often have landscaped gardens, some companies may sell gardening equipment, although this is more likely to be purchased separately.

    Home performance contractors often work on mobile homes. They improve insulation and seal windows, and sell accessories intended to lower utility bills and improve overall energy efficiency. Other contractors are involved in general maintenance, although most is done by the homeowner.

    The sale of used mobile homes can mean their removal to a new location, which requires heavy equipment. Units may also need repair after being damaged by weather. They may also need to be restored after a period of neglect. Modular homes, in fact, need many of the same kind of repairs and maintenance as houses.

    Tools for maintenance and basic repair are generally sold to homeowners by specialist stores or hardware stores. Many simple problems can easily be fixed in a DIY manner. Wholesalers sell parts and accessories at a discount to stores and the general public.

    Sales skills are similar to those required in hardware and home improvement stores. Contractors work in a similar manner to most home contractors. In most cases, workers are in direct contact with the end user, although wholesalers may work through various middlemen. Discount stores may also sell equipment for mobile homes.