How much wind does it take to blow down a mobile home?

Answer Federal law requires mobile homes to be resistant to winds from 70 MPH up to 110 MPH, depending on the local hurricane and tornado risk.Source:Mobile Home Mortality Rates in Severe WindsManufacture... Read More »

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Which direction does the wind blow most?

On One Hand: It varies widelyThe direction the wind blows most frequently differs depending on location. Wind direction is determined by topography, nearby bodies of water, air pressure, elevation ... Read More »

In which direction does a northeastern wind blow?

Winds are named for the direction from which they come, not the direction they are going. Therefore, a northeastern wind comes from the northeast and blows southwest, provided that it does not chan... Read More »

What direction does the wind blow during a summer monsoon?

During a summer monsoon, winds blow in a south or southeasterly direction. The word "monsoon" comes from the Arabic word "mausim," which means season or wind shift. The seasonal reversal of wind di... Read More »

Where can I find a mobile home value or mobile home blue book value for free?

I have looked around quite a bit, there is a company called JCF Acceptance that will provide a free mobile home value if you are a customer or in the process of becoming a customer. There book out ... Read More »