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What happens to your old mobile home when it is pulled out of your lot or space?

 

When you are ready to go forward with your new manufactured home, it will require us to remove, or pull out your older existing mobile home.  Depending on the condition of the mobile home, we normally have a used mobile home broker transport the mobile home to their sales lot, to another mobile home park or used for ranch or farm housing or temporary housing.  Some older mobile homes that cannot be salvaged are dismantled and disposed of locally at a cost.


Site Preparation, Transportation, Installation, and Inspection

Before your new manufactured home is installed, Ferris Homes makes sure the site or space has been properly prepared and debris hauled away.  Ferris Homes pays careful attention to the following details to ensure satisfaction with your new manufactured home for years to come. 

Site Preparation

Here are a few considerations when Ferris Homes prepares a site for the delivery of your new manufactured home:


  • The delivery truck must be able to reach the site.
  • The site must be as level as possible.
  • The area where the manufactured home will sit must be clear of trees, rocks, and other debris.
  • The soil must be graded and sloped away from the manufactured home for water runoff.
  • Fill road base must be compacted to prevent the foundation from sinking or shifting.  

Placement of Your Manufactured Home

We can place your manufactured home on land you own, as a secondary dwelling such as a backyard cottage, in a manufactured home community or you can buy one of our Ferris homes already built in one of our park communities.  We build in both senior 55+ and all age park communities in Northern California.

Personal Real Estate

If you plan to buy land, there are several matters to consider. Ferris Homes can help you or you can find your own contractor with the following concerns:

Zoning. In some areas, you may face zoning requirements or restrictions.  Contact your planning and zoning office for more information.

Restrictive Covenants. These are limitations in property deeds that control how a piece of land can be used. You may want to seek the advice of a real estate attorney to avoid problems.

Utilities. Although a manufactured home comes with plumbing, electrical, and heating systems, it must be connected to utilities. Your contractor would contact your local public utility companies for connection and cost information.

Water. Not all areas have local water lines and you may have to drill a well. Your contractor can check with a local well-drilling company about costs. Also, you would need to check with local health officials about water quality.

Sewage. Some areas rely on septic systems rather than city or county sanitary sewage systems. If you can't connect your manufactured home to a municipal or county system, your contractor would need to check with local authorities about installing a septic tank. Your contractor you choose can contact your local health department or the office responsible for issuing building permits.

Manufactured Home Communities

Perhaps a park community specifically planned for manufactured housing appeals to you. Buying a home in a manufactured home community involves fewer practical concerns than placing the manufactured home on your own land since most services are included.  See our "Community Living".


Buying a Manufactured Home on Site

Another option that's gaining popularity is a planned subdivision where Ferris Homes is responsible for installation. It's easy, all you have to do is move in!  

Our New Manufactured Homes Specialist can discuss any of  these alternatives with you during our initial meetings. 


  STAGES OF PULL OUT OF THE OLD MOBILE HOME AND PLACEMENT OF THE NEW MANUFACTURED HOME


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Splitting the old mobile home for removal, 
attaching wheels & tow bar 
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Removing the old mobile home 
one section at a time

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Space as it appears after removal,now need 
to remove all debris and get ready for 
rocking, rolling and leveling.


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Space as it appears after Ferris 
Homes has completed the cleanup, 
rocking, rolling, and leveling of the space.

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The new manufactured home is now delivered, 
one section at a time, 
either singledouble or triple wide
whatever floor plan has been custom designed 
for that particular space.
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The new manufactured home 
is now connected, sealed, roof is capped 
at the marriage line, then additional 
decks, stair steps, carport or 
garagette (as shown to the right) 
can be added. Lastly low 
maintenance landscaping is completed. 
Many steel jack/cement block supports are added under 
the manufactured home
including a tie down bracing system 
for stability and solid flooring

Ferris Homes

Jack Ferris

P.O. Box 794San RamonCA94583
Cell:(925) 858-2879
Business:(925) 858-2879
Fax:(925) 803-8155
CalBRE License #:0051958

A Better Way To Design, Build And Buy A New Manufactured Home In Northern California


Ferris Financial Group, Inc. draws upon the combined expertise of our staff, project team and our manufactured home partners to create the most attractive and comfortable manufactured homes throughout Northern California, including such cities as Pleasanton, San Leandro, Concord, Livermore, Modesto, Calistoga, Napa, Santa Rosa, Sonoma, Tracy, San Jose, Sunnyvale, Redwood City, Morgan Hill, Novato, and San RafaelCounties include Contra Costa County, Alameda County, Stanislaus County, Santa Clara County, Sacramento County, Napa County, Sonoma County and Marin County to name a few.

Contact Ferris Financial Group, Inv. if you'd like more information on designing and building your new manufactured, prefab, factory built or modular home.

Ferris Financial Group, Inc. Licenses & Certificates Held:
 
Real Estate Brokers License #00519158 
Real Estate Officers License #01239759 
Dealer License for Manufactured Homes DL 1142441

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