A. Settling: Mobile homes may shift or settle over time due to inadequate or unstable foundations, causing stress on the floor and leading to soft spots. b. Improper Supports: Inadequate or deteriorated support piers, beams, or joists can result in an uneven weight distribution, causing sagging or soft floors.
Why do mobile home floors warp?
Does a mobile home have floor joists?
What is under the floor of a mobile home?
Fortunately, particle boards are no longer part of the latest and newest mobile homes. For a modern mobile home floor, you will usually find a sub floor consisting of oriented strand board (OSB) or higher grade plywood.
Do sagging floors need to be fixed?
Can you replace the subfloor of a mobile home?
Repairing the subfloor in a single room costs an average of $450 to $600, while the cost to replace the subfloor in a mobile home is $1,200 to $2,450. If the floor joists in your mobile home are damaged, it's likely due to flooding, major leaks or termites.