Estimating Material and Repair Costs
[vc_row][vc_column][ultimate_video u_video_url="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lxa2CVVEsJY&feature=youtu.be" yt_autoplay="" yt_sugg_video="" yt_mute_control="" yt_modest_branding="on" yt_privacy_mode="" play_size="75" enable_sub_bar="on" chanel_id_name="channel_id" yt_channel_id="UCh4bDTa5fYRlWvy0zx9Fw9Q" yt_channel_text="Subscribe to Propelio Academy" show_sub_count="on" yt_text_color="#000000"][/vc_column][/vc_row]
You didn't touch on electrical at all and that is a big part that needs to be inspected with these mobile homes. What do we need to be look out for and be aware of and how much is it to correct any of the problems that are normally associated with the electrical issues?
I wouldn't buy any unit with a fuse panel vs a circuit breaker. Fuse boxes are a no go for me. Other than that, as long as there hasnt been any wild rewiring going on I am not often presented with major electrical issues.
Daniel you did it again the content is great and so helpful, like having an idea of what I should be expecting as far as the flooring goes or about the belly of the Home and what that is, and what it does. I really do appreciate all your time and wisdom