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  1. I live in Zephyrhills Florida were can I buy these ceiling panels for my double wide? My home was manufactured in 1985

    1. Hi Julio,

      Lowes and Home Depot will have most of the ceiling supplies you need. The long mobile home ceiling panels are hard to get because shipping is so difficult (they damage easily) but you may be able to talk your local mobile home supply center into ordering the length you need (the width of your home or half the home if a double wide). Best of luck!

    1. Hi Laurie,

      As long as you screw your hook into a failing beam it should be fine to hang a plant (assuming it’s not too heavy). You can usually tell where a beam is by the seams on your ceiling. If you have little flower shaped things on your ceiling that can indicate a beam as well.

      Good luck!

  2. I have a older single wide that they used one of the awnings and enclosed it to make a den.
    But in the summer it is extremely hot and cold in the winter because the ceiling is the tin awnning . How can i insulate it to cut down the heat? Any ideas

    1. Hi Greg,

      It sounds like they went the cheap route and didn’t use insulation or didn’t use very good insulation. You should be able to add insulation between the roof trusses and between the wall studs. It shouldn’t be too difficult if regular paneling was used to enclose it. Best of luck!

  3. Previous owners repaired where cooler had leaked on ceiling but never finished it. I’ve finished it out but now trying to figure out how to match seaspray texture. Any info on how to go about this would be greatly appreciated

    1. Hi Dennis,

      It’s probably going to be easier to give the whole ceiling a new texture. A quick run with a texture spray should cover it all nicely without much work. Best of luck!

  4. You are so right Crystal, I couldn’t find anyone that sold these replacement panels. So I went with 3/8″ sheets to keep the weight at a minimum harder to finish but it does look so much better. Thanks for your insight on this subject.
    Paul