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Question DetailsAsked on 9/1/2014

do you have listings for repairs on Mobile Homes?

need someone who has worked on Mobile Home Plumbing I have a Pedestal sink to install but the plumbing doesn't match

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Plumbing is not that different in mobile homes, except they tend to use tubing a lot more than in a house - but there are adapter flanged and compression fittings to go from one to the other.


Note the RV Sales and Repair category might also yield people who work on both RV's and mobile homes. And you can call mobile home sales places to see if they have names of repair people who work on mobile homes.


BTW - a hint for moving around under mobile homes - if a creeper won't work (rarely do they have a concrete slab) two other things work nicely at times - the long model wheeled flexi flyers with a removeable washable pad on it, and the long cheap plastic snow sleds from box stores which scoot around qwuite nicely on just about every thing but clay - and keep you up out of the muck, and you can put a washable yellow foam pad in there for insulation and padding. I cover my pads with plastic table cloths duct taped or heat seamed shut - rougher then visqueen so you don't slid off it so easy.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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