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Question DetailsAsked on 1/24/2017

Is there anyone close to Shepherdsville KY that will level a 16x80 trailer?

I have a 16 x 80 house trailer on blocks no foundation that needs to be leveled , our soil is clay and rock mostly.

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Answered 3 years ago by Member Services


You can find out what type of vendors do this and some ballpark costs by reading a few previous similar questions with answers - put the word - relevelling - into the Ask box, and it will come up with several links to similar questions.

Cost depends greatly on whether it is supported underneath or only around the perimeter, what sort of support it is sitting on and whether the supports are wood or concrete block or brick or steel or what, whether it has wind/quake tiedowns and what type and how easy they are to adjust, etc.

Also - consider this for resale purposes if you might resell it in-place - whether you want/need a FEMA/FHA approved support and tiedown system if you don't have one now - cheaper to put one in now (which would inclulde relevelling) than to relevel now and then maybe come back in a couple of years to put one in. Course, such a system is commonly in the thousands rather than hundreds of dollars range.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD

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