CMI in the news. Helps homeowner with collapsing floor.

It helped to have the sub-floor torn off for the inspector to check the joists. Most of these units are sealed, and, of course, access in most cases is limited.

I was told years ago that manufactured homes was required to use #1 lumber. Looks like that has changed. Back when I was general contractor, we tore down a few mobile homes. They all had #1 grade lumber in them.

They must not have applied that number 1 rule to the trim in a manufactured home. It seems to be the main thing that pops off all over the house with in the first year.

Thank you for sharing! And to think this home passed inspection! If the builder does his own inspections, this is bound to happen.

Well golly, what do you expect. Look where the house is at.