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    Mobile Homes - Dealers in Sterling Heights


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    Business Listing   AddedValue Handyman & Home Improvement - Sterling Heights, MI - Phone: (586) 739-9356


    Business Listing   Maltese Building Contractors - Sterling Heights, MI - Phone: (586) 726-6200


    Business Listing   Quality Homes Sterling Estates - Sterling Heights, MI - Phone: (586) 254-2070


    Business Listing   Sterling Estates - Sterling Heights, MI - Phone: (586) 731-7900


    Business Listing   Suburban Home Sales Inc - Rudgate Manor - Sterling Heights, MI - Phone: (586) 939-8620


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    Helpful Definition for: Mobile Homes - Dealers


    Mobile homes are defined as homes that can be moved from one place to another. Mobile home dealers in Sterling Heights are licensed traders who assist their clients to buy a mobile home. A mobile home dealer gathers all information from the client regarding their home specifications and builds the mobile home accordingly. The core responsibility of the dealer is to ensure that he uses good quality material; installs the electrical wires appropriately to avoid risk of accidents, etc. They must also aim to provide proper facilities in regards to kitchen, bathroom, sleeping rooms, to the client. Mobile home manufacturers in Sterling Heights are experienced and experts in this field.

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