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High Quality Mobile Home Leveling in Franklin, NH

Many choose to live in a mobile home rather than a traditional house. These dwellings do not have a basement or crawl space underneath it to help keep the weight evenly dispersed so the mobile home stays level. It can be dangerous to live in a mobile home that is no longer level. There are some common indicators that could indicate a shifting of the home's l-beam used for support. The cost to relevel mobile home can vary depending on several factors according to reputable mobile home leveling companies in Franklin, NH.

Avg Costs for Mobile Home Leveling

Avg Costs for Mobile Home Leveling

Min Cost
$93

Max Cost
$933

Avg Cost
$440

Range
$353 - $527

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Many people search online for "How much does it cost to level a mobile home?", before they seek out the service. The average costs of utilizing a mobile home leveling service in Franklin, NH vary depending on location. Costs of leveling are often higher in large urban areas, and costs in rural regions are usually significantly lower. Expect to pay $500 in the city and $250 to $300 in rural locales for single units and double that amount for doublewide units. Keeping your mobile home leveled is of extreme importance. Take advantage of local companies that deliver these services. The average mobile home leveling cost in Franklin is refreshingly reasonable and well-worth it.

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Mobile Home Leveling in Franklin FAQ

What are the common signs that your mobile home needs re-leveling?

Fortunately, there are some common signs that your mobile home will need to be re-leveled. These indicators include: cracks in walls, floors or ceilings; your home appears tilted when viewed from outside; bottom skirting looks bent; windows and doors seem out-of-alignment or will not stay closed; awnings begin to bend or become hard to operate; interior closet doors and/or cabinets become more difficult to open and shut; etc. There are several potential causes and reasons that a mobile home will become uneven requiring it to be leveled again, such as weather events like strong storms with high winds and/or heavy rain or snow amounts, environmental causes like earthquakes, floods & soil erosion, underground tree roots which shift the soil over time, and extreme temperature changes.

How often should you check the current level of your mobile home?

Surprisingly, many mobile homeowners are truly unaware that they are supposed to check for signs that mobile home releveling is necessary. The home should be checked at regular intervals. This begins by checking the level 3 months after the unit was installed at the current location. Afterwards, check for level changes at least once a year. Optimally, this inspection should be done at the start of the summer months when possible. Remember to perform added level inspections following earthquakes, floods, strong windstorms, hurricanes and extreme temperature spells.

Is there a specific weight that the floors in my mobile home will hold?

Newer and better-built mobile homes should be strong enough to handle regular types of furnishings provided the floorboards are not damaged. If you happen to have a lot of oversized and heavy furniture and home appliances, check with a mobile home leveling expert when in doubt for knowledgeable advice. It is crucial to regularly check for any damage to floorboards especially in bathrooms or near kitchen sinks, as water damage is more likely to occur in these areas. Check for water damage around window and door frames as well. Also, excessive amounts of weight placed on damaged floorboards could eventually cause the floor to break and give way. It is best to have a professional determine whether the floors are safe before moving your furniture near that area.


Mobile Home Leveling Companies

  • Boughton Landscape Construction

    Boughton Landscape Construction

    New Hampshire 106

    Gilmanton, NH 03237

  • BIG DIPPER EXCAVATING LLC

    BIG DIPPER EXCAVATING LLC

    45 Willow Rd

    Sanbornton, NH 03269

  • FSW Maint and Mgt. Co.

    FSW Maint and Mgt. Co.

    PO Box 121

    Tilton, NH 03276

  • BYRON'S SEPTIC SVC

    BYRON'S SEPTIC SVC

    246 WEEKS RD

    Sanbornton, NH 03269

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