Aspects in Installing Trailer House Anchors

Trailer House Anchor Typesc

Trailer House Anchor Types

Trailer house anchors are available for a number of soil conditions including concrete slabs. The auger announcer is what we think will work better for us and is designed for solid earth (think clay Georgia) and soft soil. Rock anchors or moorings allow you to connect rocks or coral reefs (think of the mountains of West Carolina). This type of anchorage is also installed on the ground by crossing the steel wedges. If you are installing a concrete base, you can install the concrete anchor first.

You need to know your soil type to choose the right trailer house anchors. The soil classification usually includes: solid rock / vessel, heavy sandstone, heavy sand, gravel, pebbles, mud, unattended soil or organic peat soils. Be sure to align the trailer before placing it on the floor. Just looking at the ground under your home is not enough. Several types of anchors must be installed up to five feet. If you tie your tie with a concrete foundation, make sure it is at least 4 inches thick.

Select trailer house anchors by talking to the supplier or installer for advice. The soil type will determine the type of anchor. Select the hook depending on your bottom layer system, above the top or frame, select the appropriate mounting and mounting tool. Make sure the entire system is supported at 4,725 pounds. Finally, attach the anchor.

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