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Frequently Asked Mobile Home Repairs Questions - Answered By All Set

Are Mobile Homes Cheaper To Maintain Than Traditional Homes?

As a general rule, yes, traditional homes are much more costly to maintain than mobile homes. Even beyond the 10 to 35 percent less cost per square foot to build, 75% of mobile homes are on private property, which generally comes with maintenance perks provided by the owner of the special community that the home resides in.

How Long Is The Lifespan Of A Mobile Home?

The length of time a mobile home will remain functional is dependent on many things, the most important being how well maintenance is kept up with. With proper care, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) says the life expectancy of a mobile home is anywhere from 30-55 years. Ensuring your mobile home will last as long as is possible when you trust All Set for your mobile home repairs in Ellenton.

Can You Remodel My Existing Mobile Home?

Yes, we can. We can help you to improve the value and appearance of your home with a huge number of great mobile home remodeling services. Some of our repair services include window screen repairs, kitchen, and bathroom remodeling, and painting.

How Is Living In A Mobile Home Different Than A Traditional Home?

Mobile homes are generally smaller than traditional homes. A majority of mobile homeowners live on land that is specifically for other mobile homes, meaning most mobile home dwellers are in special communities very close to other homes. There are many differences to consider when you are considering mobile home living.

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