A method of securing the trailer into the ground using steel straps and anchors designed to keep the module firmly in place. The anchors are steel rods designed to accommodate any soil type or surface. Only a few inches of the anchors remain above ground level to maintain the holding power they have been designed for. Steel straps fasten around the frame of the module and are attached to the anchors with adjustable bolts. An anchoring plan provides the required tie-down locations for your building in order to resist wind loads. The foundation plans and anchor plans are usually combined.