for mobile homes or rv trailers
1.screw together 2 pieces of wood 2 X 4s and run it from the upper
ceiling/wall joint to the opposite floor/wall joint inside the unit.
Do this the whole length of the mobil home (or rv trailer)every 6
feet. Then do the same from the other ceiling/wall joint to the other
floor/wall joint. (The inside will have the 2x4s in an "X" pattern)You
will maintain the structural integrity of the unit.
2. Put about 5-7 anchors into the ground, at equal distances, along
the length of the unit- and then secure LONG HEAVY STRAPS OR ROPE-to
each anchor. Run the straps or rope OVER the unit and tightly secure
the other ends to similar anchors. (the anchors should preferably be
very large SCREW-IN anchors that go into the ground 3 feet. They look
just like the small ones you can buy at a pet store for anchoring a
dog rope). You could even use those smaller pet anchor if you use a
few more of them on each side and the ground isn't too sandy.
The above proceedure will certainly give you a great fighting chance
for your unit not to blow over.
Of course you should protect the windows with plywood. Your unit will
also survive much better if you can convince your neighbors to do the
same so there will be less debris flying around.