Florida Anchor and Barrier is a Fully Insured, State Certified General Contractor (Lic # CGC004138) and State Licensed Mobile Home Contractor offering no obligation, FREE Inspections and Estimates.
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Florida Anchor & Barrier Specializes in:
- Replace or Repair Mobile Home / Manufactured Home Vapor Barrier aka Moisture Barrier
- Replace Broken or Rusted Mobile Home Anchors
- Add Anchors to Mobile Homes
- Mobile Home Skirting
- Mesh Rodent Barriers
- Retrofit to Current State Standards
- Longitudinal Stabilizing for Mobile Homes
- Leveling / Re-Leveling of Mobile Homes
- Carport Strapping Mobile Homes
- Remove Torn or Old Vapor Barrier form Mobile Homes
- Replace with State Approved Vapor Barrier Under Your Mobile Home
- Remove and Replace Insulation Under your Mobile Home
- Lifetime Guarantee on full installations of vapor barrier
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I speak to someone without a commitment?
A: Absolutely! We are happy to send one of our knowledgeable inspectors come to your home to provide a free estimate, discuss materials, go over what is included in our services, and cover our Lifetime Guarantee. Call (800) 681-3772 to set up an appointment.
Q: What is a Vapor Barrier?
A: Also known as Moisture Barrier, a Vapor Barrier is the underbelly material that covers, holds up, and protects the insulation under the subfloor. An intact vapor barrier helps deter nesting of rodents in the insulation as well as minimizes the impact of moisture build up in the subfloor and wall system.
Q: What does it mean to retrofit a mobile home’s hurricane anchors?
A: To upgrade a home’s tie-down anchors by installing a state or federally certified foundation system to satisfy jurisdictional codes or insurance and lending requirements, often required for insurance coverage.
Q: Do you do 4 point inspections?
A: We are contractors and do not provide 4 point inspections. However, if you’ve had a 4 point inspection or have had your home inspected by a structural engineer, their reports help us to streamline jobs efficiently and you are welcome to send them to us via email.
Q: Do you remove mold?
A: We do not remove mold. If we are on a job site and notice a mold issue, we will immediately let you know and advise you to contact a mold remediation company.
Q: I think I have animals or pests under my home – can you remove them?
A: We do not remove animals or other pests / bugs. You would need to contact pest control or an exterminator prior to our crews working on your home. If we are already on a job and notice a rodent or bug issue, we will let you know immediately so you can take care of the issue before we return to complete your job.