Hi, I had my used sectional home set up on a floating slab in the beginning of August of this year (2010) and the home has suffered some very extensive damage since then. First of all, I don't think the marriage wall is lined up correctly because there are spots where there are big dips on either side of the marriage line. I saw the marriage line before the carpeting was completed along the marriage line and the wood was not flush. Is this normal? And when the home is put together, is it normal to have a one inch space between the 2 halved at the marriage line? And does every sectional home that is set up require a gasket to be installed, or is it just some homes that need gaskets between the marriage line? The unevenness is so bad in spots that it is noticeable from quite a few feet away. Also, since about 5 days after moving in, I started noticing low/high spots in various areas of the flooring throughout the house and then one day, I walked into the hall bathroom and noticed that the tub was pulling away from the floor and there was a moderate dip down in the flooring there. Upon inspecting the area, I then noticed that the wall above that area looks like its starting to buckle. Also, in the room next to the hall bath, I noticed even more extensive damage to the flooring. All of the flooring in there is wavy like a rollercoaster and in the area adjacent to the hall bath, there are spots where you can actually feel broken wood and when I step on the low spot and apply pressure to it, it actually moves downward. This also happens in the bathroom. I'm also noticing that the bar area, where it is attached is starting to pull away from the wall. Now I am noticing that 5 windows (so far) the part of the window that moves when you open it, when it is closed, it does not line up anymore. One side sits higher than the other, so much so on one window that I can barely get the window locked on one side and I am positive that it wasn't that way several weeks ago when I gave the windows and frame work a good cleaning. I don't know a lot about the set up process of these homes, so I'm hoping to find an answer on here as to what steps I should take to get this corrected. I have complained to the dealership numerous times and they just end up getting pissed off and ignoring me. It is a 1998 Skyline home and have heard that Skyline homes are set up differently, is this true? Also, could the foundation have anything to do with it? The slab is sitting on a sand/gravel mixture and when it rains, the water drips off of the eaves right down between the end of the slab and the sand, creating a space between the sand and slab. Any advice would really be appreciated because I am so afraid that this house is going to be ruined if I don't do something about this and am sick over this. They are having the split face block skirting installed next week and am worried that if I don't find out what is going on, then I will be stuck paying for a home that is going to fall apart if the cause isn't found.