How Much Does Leveling My Mobile Home Cost?

Marwa Hasan
Written by Marwa Hasan
Updated February 16, 2022
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  • The cost to level a mobile home averages $450–$900.

  • A tilted appearance or creaky floors are signs it’s time to re-level.

  • Your home’s size, location, and repair requirements all affect the cost.

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If you’re watering your geraniums and notice that your home is looking a bit unlevel, it might be time for re-leveling. While slight tilts and creaky floors can be little annoyances that affect your daily life, they can also indicate that your mobile home is sinking into the soil due to moisture or heaving ground. If you notice any of these issues, it’s time to relevel your mobile home.

Average Cost RangeMinimum CostMaximum Cost
$450 – $900 $450$1,000
Mobile home leveling costs compared for single and double-wide sizes, averaging $450 to $900

To level a single-wide mobile home, expect to pay between $450 to $600, while leveling a double-wide mobile home can cost up to $900. Expect to pay $1,000 or more for leveling wider mobile homes.

How Much Does Mobile Home Leveling Cost by Size?

The cost to relevel your mobile home varies depending on how big your home is, and in turn, how much work you have to do. In general, you should expect to pay an average of $450 and $600 for a single-wide home, between $750 to $900 for a double-wide home, and more than $1,000 for a triple-wide home.

The bigger your mobile home is, the more blocks and piers you will have. The releveling process involves checking and readjusting each and every block set. It’s possible that your mobile home may need more support beams or piers to be added or adjusted, which could drive the cost up.

Mobile Home Leveling Cost Breakdown

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While many professionals prefer to work with a fixed rate, the total cost to level a mobile home may fluctuate depending on factors like:

Location of the Home

In large metro areas, leveling mobile homes can be more expensive than in rural areas, where costs run as low as $250 to $300.

Size of the Home

Leveling a single wide mobile home can start from $450, while for wider homes, the cost can be as high as $1,000, depending on the size of your mobile home.

Repair Difficulty 

A professional will be able to inspect the condition of your house, as well as the piers underneath, and create a plan of action for the project. If your home needs more support or extra piers, or the height of the piers needs adjusting (especially in the case of older mobile homes), the cost can go up.


Many steps go into the process of leveling a mobile home, from setting up a water level, having the right materials and tools, and removing or replacing home skirting, which can add to the cost. Talking to a local pro will help you determine how much your specific job will cost.

What Is the Cost to Level a Mobile Home Myself?

If your mobile home has a few loose wedges or needs some minor adjustments, you should be able to relevel a mobile home on your own if you are particularly handy. Taking on this project yourself can cost up to $500, depending on how many tools you already have.

When you level your mobile home yourself, you can save on labor costs, but this can also be a highly physical job. To level your mobile home, you’re required to crawl underneath the home and work with tools like a water level and 10- to 30-ton hydraulic bottle jacks to raise your mobile home, adjust it, hammer it into place, and more. Be sure only to attempt it if you have prior experience and follow safety precautions, like always working with a buddy.

However, if the piers are leaning or the home is extremely unlevel, it is wise to hire a local house leveling professional for your safety and to ensure a quality job. A professional will be able to provide a warranty guaranteeing the job is done properly, and that your investment was not wasted.

Frequently Asked Questions

When you notice any of these signs in your mobile home, it’s time to call a professional to relevel your home:

  • Doors and windows are difficult to open and close

  • Creaking sounds in the house

  • Water is running off tables onto the floor

  • Unusual cracks

  • The skirting or siding of your house looks like it’s buckled under pressure

  • The exterior of the home looks tilted

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