Siding Replacement For That New Home Look

Out with the Old…… Just make it “LOOK” new. Want a new home but it’s not in the budget? There are a couple of things you can do. You can install new vinyl siding on your home and make it look brand new. There are so many colors to choose from. The costwill depend on […]

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Re level in Time For the Holidays

It’s almost TURKEY TIME!!   Before you pull out those decorations and get ready for the upcoming holidays, is your mobile home level?     If you need to make any repairs or have your home re-leveled before the holidays email me today @ Askzoeynow@gmail.com. If we can’t help you; we will help you to […]

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How Much Will It Cost to Install My Mobile Home?

I hear this question all the time and there’s not a quick and easy answer to it. First, it makes a difference as to whether you have a single wide or a double wide mobile home.  The size of the home makes a difference as well. Blocking and anchoring the mobile home that you have […]

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Halloween Mobile Home Re Level Special

Halloween is CREEPING up on us, and the holiday
season is right around the corner. If you’re hosting
a family Thanksgiving at your home this year you will
certainly want to make sure everything is in order before your
guests arrive. Take the time now to re-level your mobile home
before you decorate. Schedule a re-level in the month of
October and save $200.00!!! Typically the re-level of a
single wide is $600.00 and a double wide is $900.00 so for
a short time we’ll make that $400.00 and $700.00 so you can
have some extra Christmas Cash!!

From http://levelmymobilehome.com/halloween-mobile-home-re-level-special/

Hurricanes

hurrican Michael photoFlorida has the most stringent codes for the installation of mobile homes.
Mobile Homes coming into this state must be Wind Zone II or Wind Zone III
depending on the area that you live in. Not only are the homes in this
State built to a higher standard, they are installed to one as well. This has
helped to save many lives. Each time disaster strikes; the sites hit are investigated
thoroughly in an attempt to learn more about what can be done to keep people
safer and the homes in place. Some of the older homes have been retro-fitted to meet the new State Standards (15-C) and this has saved many people and their homes as well.
Today, mobile homes are weathering the storms much better. However, you should always heed your local evacuation orders when a storm is approaching. Remember that it’s not always the wind, but it’s what’s in the wind and it’s the water. We welcome your pictures and stories of how your mobile home weathered our most recent Hurricane Michael. Please send anything you would like to share with us to: askzoeynow@gmail.com. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those who were in the path of the Hurricane Michael.

From http://levelmymobilehome.com/hurricanes/

Welcome

Hi, I’m Zoey and while I’m new to the Level My Mobile Home page,

I’ve been in the mobile home industry for 20 + years now.   I can help

answer your questions on moving mobile homes, installing them,

re-leveling and even repair.  If you have any questions at all, please feel

free to email me:  askzoeynow@gmail.com.  I will typically respond

within 24 hours.  You can also leave a question or comment below.

Mobile Homes aren’t quite as simple as they used to be.  There are a lot

of new rules and regulations and more expenses than what you might

expect.  My goal is to help answer questions that you might have so

that you have a more complete understanding of the installation, removal

or repair process.   If I can’t provide you with the answer I will assist in

directing you to someone who can.

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How repair a home floor.

This was posted by Rob

Tools you will need: tape measure torpedo level Safety glasses gloves Chalk line Carpenter’s square Skill saw Pencil Cross cut/miter saw (optional) Drill or driver. Stud finder. Materials needed. Plywood cut to size 2″ x 4″ studs pt if required. 1 1/2″ to 2 1/4″ deck screws. Safety First It goes without saying but I’m […]

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