Setting up a mobile home is undoubtedly a complicated process. This is one of those things related to mobile homes that you simply cannot do without professional help. In case you need to move the house to another location, you will need to get its uprooting/pulling out done which is a difficult process, requiring utmost precision so that there is minimum loss of material.
Therefore, before you go for a mobile home setup, there are few vital points you must consider to avoid any hindrances later during the installation and set up.
Talk to Relevant Authorities
Permits are often required before you set up a mobile home or move it from an old place to a new one. This means that you need to contact the relevant personnel such as mobile home inspectors or authorities dealing with similar matters so that you have the detail of preliminary requirements in front of you. If you start installation abruptly and it happens to contradict with the local regulations, it will cost you a lot.
Get the Site Inspected
Site inspection holds utmost importance over which your mobile home will be set up. Site inspection should cover aspects like ground leveling, availability of lines for water pipes and electrical installation/wiring and whether the slope of the site will allow for proper drainage.
If any of these aspects prove to be lacking after inspection, you need to first get them done by a professional contractor and only then the mobile home set up can be done.
Transportation to the Site
Looking for and deciding upon the right form of transportation of mobile home is necessary, based on the topography of the area you are setting up in. Often, this kind of heavy duty transportation requires permits and proper documentation. You must inquire about them beforehand. Moreover, the transportation method you choose must make sure that the mobile home reaches the new site without any damages to it. Before committing with a contractor, inquire in detail about what methods they follow and what measures they employ to ensure safety.