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Question DetailsAsked on 8/30/2016

cost to relevel a doublewide mobile home 60x25

the two parts are not set straight horizontialy with each other and missing bolts in the center where they connect. and its a 1972

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An awful lot depends on whether you have seismic/high wind tiedowns and whether they have turnbuckles or similar easy adjusting mechanisms on them or not, type of foundation or blocking you are sitting on, ease and cleanliness of access underneath, etc - but in your case with the two parts not being aligned it is a lot more than a simple relevel job.


I would say you need a mobile home installer (no Angies List category for this sort of work) who can support the units and then jack them into alignment and shim them in splce, bolt them back up, remedy any roofing issues the separation caused at the ridge where the two units mate up, then tighten back down the tiedowns. Probably 2-3 men for several hours, so I would be quite surprised if it ran less then something probably more in the $1000 range (or possibly more if roofing and siding repairs are needed to correct crumpled or torn materials from the misalignment) than the $500 range, unless it turns out to be unusually simple to fix.

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