follow the steps below to know how to build a porch on a mobile home. building mobile home steps is one of the easy home additions. step 1 lay out the 4-by-4 foot area to be the porch with stakes and string. dig four post holes 24 inches deep for the corners of the porch. two of these will be adjacent to the mobile home, but not attached to it.
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in this video we build 3 porches with steps, handrails, and a deck. i hope you enjoy! you must know this stuff before you build a deck, porch or outdoor wood project - duration: 11:38. stumpy
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building a porch and steps from pallets! we have lots of pallets let so we decided to use them for a front and a back porch on the small home we are making from the office trailer. here is the
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stake the area where the porch will sit, making sure the corners are square. dig four post holes 2-feet deep at the porch corners. make sure the inside measurement between the post next to the trailer and the one on the same side away from the trailer is 8 feet and that the inside measurements between the posts marking the porch's width are 10
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