There is not nearly enough attention paid in the manufactured housing industry’s trade media to those who ‘do the doing.’
Thus, whenever a story arises that gives us a chance to spotlight their important – indeed, vital – role in manufactured housing, the Daily Business News on MHProNews likes to share it.
There is also too little appreciation among the public at large as to just how heavy even a modest-sized manufactured home is.
Yesterday, on MHLivingNews, an article with a mainstream news video was posted that elevates such topics and the professionals noted.
That story is found at the linked below. It features a literal life-saving effort that merits praise.
Manufactured Home Installation Goes Awry, Falling on Installation Team Member – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
First, it reflects the ‘right stuff’ exhibited by the members of the installation team that put the higher priority on saving a man’s life than protecting the home that was being installed. That’s behavior that reflects a proper ‘people first’ concern that should be applauded. Next, it obliquely reveals how seldom such dangerous incidents occur.
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Goodbye Trailer Houses and Mobile Homes – Happy 43rd Anniversary, HUD Code Manufactured Homes – manufacturedhomelivingnews.com
We’ve done several serious reports in the last year or so that look deeper behind the often dark curtain to understand why manufactured homes – along with the mobile homes and trailer houses that preceded them – are so misunderstood. Today will be a bit different.