How to Deal with Excess Floor Movement in Your Park Home

Living in a park home often involves a closer relationship with nature, a simpler lifestyle, and a sense of community. Yet, like any other type of dwelling, park homes can present unique challenges, and one of these is excess floor movement.

Excess floor movement or ‘bouncy’ floors can be a source of concern. They are often caused by weakened support structures underneath your park home, which can be due to age, water damage, or soil movement. Here’s what you can do when faced with this issue:

  1. Identify the Problem: The first step is to accurately identify the problem. If your floor feels soft or bouncy, it’s an indication of underlying issues that need addressing.
  2. Assess the Damage: Once the problem has been identified, it’s vital to assess the extent of the damage. This can be done by a professional who has experience dealing with park homes and understands the nuances of their construction.
  3. Repair or Replacement: Depending on the severity of the issue, repairs may involve bolstering the existing structure or completely replacing the affected parts of the floor.
  4. Preventative Measures: Once repairs are done, it’s crucial to put measures in place to prevent recurrence. This may involve improving ventilation to prevent dampness or reinforcing the ground supports.

At White Rose Refurbishments, we are experienced in dealing with all manner of park home issues, including excess floor movement. We are committed to providing exceptional service and quality workmanship, ensuring the integrity and longevity of your home.

If you are experiencing excess floor movement in your park home, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We can help restore your floor’s stability, giving you peace of mind and maintaining the comfort and safety of your beloved home.