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Manufactured Homes Contractors Eagle River AK

You live in a manufactured home there are distinct differences between your home and a site built home built to the Florida Code. When possible, choose a contractor through personal recommendations. Get referrals from friends and neighbors. If you are selecting through ads make sure you are picking ones with manufactured home experience.

Steve Bowerman
Stephen Boerman P.S.
907 373-5876
4761 Crane Rd. East
Wasilla, AK
 
Michael La Fay
Meadow Lakes Supply Co.
907 373-2746
1651 W. Parks Hwy.
Wasilla, AK
 
Vogel Home Improvement
907-337-7439
11161 Vosikof Pl
Anchorage, AK
Services
Kitchen and Bath Remodeling
Licenses / Certifications
Alaska General Contractor #25017
Years in Business
15

Alaska Woodworking Design
907-929-5795
3705 Arctic Blvd. #2231
Anchorage, AK
Services
Carpentry, tile, cabintry, sheetrock
Licenses / Certifications
938249
Membership Organizations
buy alaska
Years in Business
20

A Custom Touch
(907) 230-2608
3621 hollyberry cir.
anchorage, AK
Services
custom trim, hand rails, kitchens, baths,doors, windows, custom decks, siding
Licenses / Certifications
36413
Years in Business
12

Mike
Mak Lead, Inc
907-715-6920
8244 W. Donna Marie Ln. #1
Wasilla, AK
 
Expo Remodeling Service, Inc
818-716-5555
USA
Alaska, AK
 
PATRICIA NEWMAN
907 5621812
3805 COPE STREET
ANCHORAGE, AK
 
Drew's Handyman Services
(907) 764-7746
6005 Spruce Meadows Lp.
Anchorage, AK
Services
All Aspects of Home Repair and Remodeling
Licenses / Certifications
Handyman
Years in Business
6

LH Contracting
907-332-3225
lhcontracingak.com
Anchorage, AK
Services
Bathrooms, Kitchens, Tile, Hardwood, Laminate, Decks & Fences
Licenses / Certifications
State & Municipal

Hiring Contractors for Manufactured Homes

Hiring Contractor For Manufactured Home Is Different
Thu 01/04/07 10:01:39 pm
By Len Bonifield

You live in a manufactured home there are distinct differences between your home and a site built home built to the Florida Code. Your home was built to HUD Code. Thus when you are hiring a contractor to work on your home you want a contractor that knows manufactured homes. One that recognizes that many “parts” are different than site built. You want a contractor that knows where to buy or order the specialized parts for your home.

 

When possible, choose a contractor through personal recommendations. Get referrals from friends and neighbors. If you are selecting through ads make sure you are picking ones with manufactured home experience.

 

If your need is for a minor job you may be able to go directly to one contractor, if the work is substantial select three and obtain formal bids from each of them. Make sure that each of them bid on the same plans and specifications.

 

Before you obtain the bids I suggest you interview each while asking them to give you a bid. Here are some questions you might want to use for your interview:

·         Do you work full time or part time as a contractor?

·         Have long have you been working as a contractor?

·         Is you contractors’ license in good standing?

·         How many projects like this have you completed?

·         I would like to have the names of your last five clients.

·         What kind of insurance do you carry? The contractor should have personal and property liability coverage, workers compensation, all of which are required by law. Ask for copies of the policies for you files and verify that policies are up to date and enforce.

·         Who will do the actual work?

·         Provide me with a detailed written estimate of the project. Make sure that the contractor breaks out the materials and labor. This gives you the opportunity to check prices on material for yourself. Tell the contractor he is not the only bidder. Keep in mind that the lowest bid is not always the best.

·         What are you working hours? What time will you begin in the morning and end?

·         How long will it take for you to complete my project? Ask how they will handle delays. Make them give you telephone, cell phone, pager numbers and address of their business (not a PO Box number).

·         Be sure th...

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