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COUNTRYSIDE: I certainly enjoyed reading the March/April edition
and wanted to share with you a thought concerning the enclosing en·close? also in·close
tr.v. en·closed, en·clos·ing, en·clos·es
1. To surround on all sides. Close in.
2. To fence in so as to prevent common use: enclosed the pasture. ?or
turning a mobile home into a conventional type home.
Historically insurance costs for a mobile home/factory built home
with a metal frame is more expensive than a conventional stick built
house. The bad part of converting a mobile home is that most insurance
companies consider any structure that was a mobile home is always a
mobile home if it still has the metal frame. It may always be more
expensive to insure Insure can mean:
- To provide for financial or other mitigation if something goes wrong: see insurance or .
- Or you may be looking for insure or inshore.
?and sometimes isn't insurable in·sure?
v. in·sured, in·sur·ing, in·sures
a. To provide or arrange insurance for: a company that insures homeowners and businesses.
b. ?at all.
My comments come from 16 years in the insurance business in the
central Appalachian area and having visited many beautiful conversions
only to have to explain to clients that the companies with the most cost
effective rates still wouldn't insure them. So think about setting your
trailer In communications, a code or set of codes that make up the last part of a transmitted message. See trailer label. ?to one side of the property and living there while you build
your stick built home in the ideal spot on your land.–John Myers,
Baxter, Kentucky Kentucky, state, United States
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