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Manufactured Home Set Up Equipment Are Useful And Necessary In The Installation Process


One of the great things about purchasing a modern manufactured home, besides the economy and convenience, is the mobility of the home. A new home can be built at a Silver Crest or Skyline facility and moved to your rented lot or the land you own. You can even move a modular home you already live in from one lot to another. If you plan to manage the move on your own, there are certain pieces of manufactured home set up equipment that you will need in order to install it properly. These items can be found through a variety of retailers that specialize in supplies for mobile homes and manufactured homes.

At mobilemart.com, you can purchase anchors, pads, and set up supplies at discount prices. A TDE Patio anchor with an expandable bolt can be purchased here for $4.38 each. This is a product specifically for anchoring concrete. The SKU number is 85012. If you have a patio on your manufactured home, you will need several of these. You should consult the builder to find out how many you will need. The installation instructions will vary depending on whether your home was built by Karsten, Fleetwood, Clayton, or another company.

Another great resource for set up equipment for your manfactured home is hallsmobilhomeproducts.com. Here you will find for sale many different important supplies for remodeling, completing repairs, and installing your manufactured home. Their set up kit includes piers and wooden wedges, pads measuring 16 inches square and 24 inches square, anchors, and a double augar. Each kit also comes with a 7-foot steel frame strap. You can contact the retailer for information regarding prices.

You can find all the equpment you need to move your Golden West or Kit Homes manfactured home at Perfect-A-Line, Inc. Whether you own a single, double, or triple wide home, you can find the necessary equipment to move your home safely. Roof jacks are sold here that adjustable for setting your home at a variety of different pitches. They adjust from 11 feet and 6 inches to 18 feet. You can purchase a single roof jack for $442.00. The prices drop with multiple purchases. You can find these contemporary jacks at perfectaline.com.

For a great selection of options and ideas for manufactured home repair, renovations, and set up, a great place to shop is vancestrunkconstruction.com. You can purchase equipment or hire them to transport your home; they will include in their prices the tiedowns to hold your home securely to their trailer or trailers, as well as whatever aftermarket pieces are necessary to set it up on the other end. You can learn more about their products, services, and pricing online.

A great resource for accessories and replacement parts for your manufactured home is mobilehomepartsstore.com. Deemed one of the best suppliers for manufactured home and mobile home items at or near wholesale prices, mobilehomepartsstore.com offers the set up equipment you will need to install your home on the land you have rented or purchased. A strap seal crimping tool is a specialty tool you will need when installing your home; you can find one here for $249.00. The product number is 420280.

At tiedown.com, you will find trailer, roofing, and manufactured home equipment. Tie Down Engineering is a metal fabricator that sells tools and supplies for the installation of your manfactured home. You can find earth anchors here in a wide variety of sizes to work with almost any model. Item number 59095 is an Iron Root Double Head Double Helix Earth Anchor. This model is ¾ inches wide, 30 inches long, and features a 2 to 4-inch helix. Pricing information is available upon request.

When installing your manufactured home, it is imperative that you make sure it is perfectly level. The tool you will need to do this is a Digital Leveling System, which you can find at Mobile Home Parts Company, Inc. This tool is an electronic leveling tool that can be used indoors and outdoors. It is priced at $544.08 and can be purchased at http://mobilehomepartscompanycontactbudmcclary.magellanshop.com.

Whether you are moving your own manufactured home or considering starting your own transportation service, you will find the Electric Anchor Machine, sold at mobilehomedepotmi.com, to be an easy to use and a pivotal part of the set up process. It features a 12 RPM, ½ HP, 115 volt, 9 amp motor. You can purchase this machine for $1,097.17. In addition, an on/off replacement switch is also for sale for $14.42. The machine is product number 120157.

An Air Operated Hydraulic Bottle Jack makes the job of setting up and installing your manufactured home far easier, This jack gives you the ability to lift one area of your home in order to make it level. It easily lifts and holds the house so that you can place the necessary items beneath it to hold it up and in place. This jack is available at uniquetruck.com for $289.00. It is part number 76312.

Another effective jack that is useful in the process of installing your mobile home is the Norco 20 Ton Capacity Bottle Jack, for sale at handsontools.com. You can use this compact jack to lift and hold your house safely so you can make it level. It is item number 76820A and it is priced at $200.22.


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