Snag after snag!!! My brother is a retired electrician who generously offered to save us money by wiring our new double wide from the box to the meter. After this is done, you must call the power company to inspect the work before they will turn on the electricity. Before we began, the power man came to the house and told us requirements--the meter head has to be at least three feet from a window, you have to have a 200 amp disconnect box with room for extra breakers, etc. He also said that we had to have 'four wire' wire. So, we got everything he said, the house was wired from the box to the outside and we called for the inspection. We got a different guy and the first thing he said is "What kind of wire did ya get?" We said "Four-wire." He said it won't pass. HUH??? This guy says that double wides have to have a special type of wire and that the wire we installed is for 'regular houses.' Does anyone know what he's talking about?