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All About Mobile homes which are pre-fabricated homes built in factories, rather than on site, They are then taken to the place where they will be occupied, A Rented or Owned Lot, Set Up On Blocks And starped Down. They are usually transported by tractor-trailers over public roads to the Mobile home owners site or a mobile home park.

Mobile Homes normally retain the ability to be moved. However, They can be made to remain on site as a permanent Structure and even Tied to the property with a Deed. Mobile Home Titles Can be (retired) and a Deed Of Trust issued by the County. They have strong trailer frames, axles, wheels and tow-hitches.
July, 1976, to October, 1994 - The Federal Manufactured Home Construction and Safety Standards Act of 1976, which created the HUD Code as a nationwide standard for mobile homes went into effect in July, 1976. While standards for weatherization and insulation were nothing to rave about, it was a big improvement. Also, the requirement for review of the design of a mobile home and factory inspection by independent inspectors meant that the new requirements had to be met.
October, 1994, to Present - The Energy Policy Act of 1992, which went into effect in October, 1994, required HUD to upgrade its standards, and the minimum R-value of insulation was raised by approximately 50 Percent, along with other energy efficiency improvements. Also, Climate Zone 3, which sets the highest level of insulation and was formerly limited to only Alaska, was expanded to include most of the Northern United States.
At some point soon, the DOE will issue new energy standards for mobile homes, which was mandated by Congress several years ago. The final comments and reviews appear to be winding down now. In the meantime, there are EnergyStar certified mobile homes offered by some manufacturers that give you not just more energy-efficient insulation, windows, and duct-sealing, but also high efficiency water heaters and heating/cooling equipment.

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Mobile Homes are usually transported by tractor-trailers over public roads to the home owners site or a mobile home park. They normally retain the ability to be moved. However, Mobile Homes can be made to remain on site as a permanent Structure and even Tied to the property with a Deed. Titles Can be (retired) and a Deed Of Trust issued by the County. They have strong trailer frames, axles, wheels and tow-hitches. The most common are single-wides and double-wides. Single-wides are 18 feet or less in width and 90 feet or less in length and can be towed to their site as a single unit. The Most Common Units are 14 x 70 and 14 x 80 In a Single Wide. .

Double-wides are twenty feet or more wide and are 90 feet in length or less and are towed to their site in two separate units, which are then joined together. The Most Common being 28 x 70, and 28 x 56. Triple-wides and even homes with four, five, or more units are also built, although not as commonly. Single wide Home owners often "trade", or sell their home to a dealer in the form of the reduction of the purchase of a new home. These "used" homes are either re-sold to new owners, or to park owners who use them as inexpensive rental units. We Specialize In Buying These Used Mobile Homes.

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Address: Mocksville, N.C.
Telephone: 336-940-8905
E-mail Manager: manager@mocksvillemobilehomes.com
E-mail Owner: michael@mocksvillemobilehomes.com

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