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Question DetailsAsked on 11/5/2017

cost to relevel mobile home in pa

singlewide. 14x70
chester county

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Here are links to a number of previous similar questions - matters a great deal what type of supports you have (jacks are generally a lot quicker than shims or wedges or stacked blocking, which are typically quyicker than trailers bolted down to foundations), whether they are intact and stable on the footings or have to be provided with new supports or totally reset, etc. Commonly in the $200-400 range for simple jobs, but can run to $1000 in some cases, and $1000-2500 or so where total resetting of the trailer is needed or a lot of supports have to be reworked. And of course single-wides are easier than double-wides because they don't have to align the match lines and keep from working one module agains thte other and damaging the roof or siding.

Also whether you have hurriucane/highwind/seismic tiedowns and whether they were designed with adequate adjustment room or not.

Note a lot of the referenced answers will be duplicates between the various questions - so keep track of the question numbers you have already looked at (a 5 or 6 digit number, like the 252875 oin this one):

Answered 2 years ago by LCD

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