I know there's a way to use a clear hose full of water to level a building. I'm trying to level a 50 foot long trailer house. Rather than buying 60 feet of clear hose (at almost a buck a foot), I'll use a standard 50' garden hose and attach 6 feet of clear hose on each end.
So once I get the hose and fill it with water, and I know you hold the ends of the hose up in the air on both ends, and the middle lays on the ground.
I got all of that, but how do I "read" it, or what I mean is how does this water indicate "level"? Should the water be even with the bottom of the trailer, (on both ends), or what?
Appreciate all help. If there's a website with pictures that would help too.