Mobile home repair

Learn expert tips and tricks for mobile home repair and maintenance to keep your home in top condition. Find solutions to common issues and make your mobile home a comfortable and functional space.
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Usually, mobile home floors and underbellies are poorly insulated. Knowing this, you wonder how to insulate a mobile home underbelly and floor, including the skirting. Well, in this post, we combine industry professional knowledge and up-to-date research to answer your question thoroughly. To insulate a mobile home underbelly/floor, blow loose-fill fiberglass insulation into the belly […]

Janna Perry
1968 mobile home transformation - installing shiplap to the ceiling of a home - before Design, Home, Home Improvement Projects, Interior, Home Décor, Remodeling Mobile Homes, Diy Mobile Home Remodel, Manufactured Home Remodel, Home Remodeling

We're so proud to share another great DIY mobile home transformation! Judy and Michael Gutierrez wanted to be closer to their son and granddaughter in Santa Rosa, California. They found a 1968 International Newport Single Wide (12’ X 16’), with an addition, in an older mobile home park in Santa Rosa and began

Mikie Humphries
Mobile Home Remodeling on a Shoestring...: Anatomy of mobile homes Floor Plans, Home, Modular Homes, Mobile Home Renovations, Mobile Home Repair, Mobile Home Living, Manufactured Home, Remodeling Projects, Remodeling Mobile Homes

Here are some different examples of mobile home (MH) diagrams or pictures of them. You have to check you MH for clues. This diagram is from Foremost Insurance Co. website My Great Home. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ This above diagram is different from my MH. My joists run the length of the MH. The heating duct and plumbing to kitchen runs inside the joist bays as opposed to diagram above where the duct runs in a chase in the frame, below…

Frank Adams