They can be this bad...http://www.raincityguide.com/wp-cont...obile_home.jpg
But most are more like this:
I don't want to offend anyone who owns a mobile home. Some are actually pretty nice. It is true though that even in the nice ones, the plumbing is usually terrible.
What a coincidence you should ask this today. Just this morning I was telling Devine he could get into trailers since the plumbing code didn't apply.:rolleyes: Yesterday I turned down a side job that an aquaintence wanted
to have me do, a trailer he bought. Nice park. Bad pipe. Yuk. Crawl around under those things in the winter trying to thaw drain pipes sometime, you find yourself wondering why why why don't codes apply?
Service Guy, I broke out with a good belly laugh when I saw that pic.
Having done mobile home repipes for 5 yrs. I know more than I ever wanted about them. You do have to register them with the DMV, but I don't know if you have to have them smogged:D The homeowners don't like it when you refer to them as coaches, even less when you call them trailers, and they "really" don't like it when you refer to them as "disposable homes"
do they like the term "double wide":D
actually there is a mobile home park at the beginning of malibu, sitting on top of the hill overlooking pacific coast highway. you have a $50,000 home that is literally mixed with the multi million dollar homes of malibu and pacific palisades.
Every time there's a bad storm and these trailers get blown all over the countryside because they are JUNK,
It's God's way of saying, "I hate you, provide a better life for you and family"
Kentucky is littered with them. If it ain't up on blocks like your truck....you ain't country!