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Normally, when a home becomes unlevel, you'll be able to find more than one tell-tale sign. For instance, more than one door will stick or swing, or a window won't shut or latch properly.

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Unleveled Manufactured Home

Is your manufactured home unlevel?
Mon 08/07/06 09:01:08 am
by Mark Bower

"I have a door that sticks, does that mean my home has become unlevel?" The answer is probably YES, but not always.

Normally, when a home becomes unlevel, you'll be able to find more than one tell-tale sign. For instance, more than one door will stick or swing, or a window won't shut or latch properly. However, keep in mind that you may need to just tighten the screws on your door hinges, or check to see if the hinges are bent.

Other signs that your home may be unlevel include:

  • water on your floors or countertops run to one side
  • cracks are developing in your ceiling or walls
  • skirting has buckled (although this may be caused by ground heave)
  • floor squeaks
  • anchor straps have become loose
  • So what causes your home to become unlevel? The number one reason manufactured homes become unlevel is excess moisture underneath the home. The moisture makes the ground soft causing the blocks or piers holding up the home to sink.

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