Concrete Foundation for a Mobile Home?

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A concrete foundation for a mobile home can be just a 28 feet by 76 feet slab that is above or below ground. It can even be a brick formation instead of poured concrete that the mobile home is located on. Some states, like Texas and Virginia, require that a special anchor bolt is tied into the foundation slab and it has to be connected via a steel tie down as well as steel I-beam to the home.
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