A New Kitchen Doesn't Have to Cost So Much

The Average kitchen remodel: $150 per square foot

You don’t have to spend $150 for each square foot to give your mobile home kitchen a new look.

Just replacing your appliances or the sink can make a huge difference in a home. Every project is an improvement regardless of how much or how little you spend. Homeadvisor.com has a ‘rule’ that your kitchen remodels should cost no less than 5% of your home’s value and no more than 15%. They also say the average kitchen remodel is around $150 per square foot. That’s ridiculous! You can create a beautiful kitchen for far less and our collection of mobile home remodels prove it.

These mobile home kitchen remodels are nothing short of amazing.

Mobile Home Bathroom Remodels

Average Remodel Cost: $10,457

Bathrooms are the second favorite home improvement. Mobile home bathroom remodels often include new subflooring because the original material most factories used was MDF and it acted like a sponge with water. Bowing and soft spots are common in bathrooms with MDF subflooring. It’s always a good idea to replace MDF with real wood.

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Mobile Home Remodeling Tips

Mobile home remodels don’t have to break the bank to be beautiful. You can save money by doing a lot of the work yourself.

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Mobile Home Remodels

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