• Sitting on blocks doesn't keep a MH from being tied down. It should be, and the only reason I can think of that it wouldn't is that the local building codes don't require it. I can't imagine anyplace where that's true anymore, but I suppose it's possible. maybe you should check. Underpinning is helpful and may also be required; it helps prevent wind from getting underneath and lifting.
  • maybe cause people cant move them if theyre tied down
    • Mircat
      You cant move a mobile home.
    • Linda Joy
      Of course you can!
  • There is just as much security and safety with a home on piers. You can add more piers and that home isnt going to move an inch.
  • They are tied down! And in some places you're required to underpin them as well.

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