Mobile Home Repairs

Over the last 8 years, we’ve covered just about every mobile home repair issue you can have. We get our helpful information from homeowners that have experienced the problems firsthand and experts that have repaired the problems time and again.

Mobile Home Floors And Subfloors

It’s no secret that mobile homes have a subflooring issue. Many builders use MDF subflooring and that stuff soaks up water like a sponge. Once it gets wet, it bows and become soft and will never go back to its original state which means replacement is the only option. You can learn how to replace your subfloors here.

Mobile Home Subflooring and Flooring Articles

Mobile Home Walls And Ceilings

Vinyl coated wallboard and their battens are, without a doubt, the most disliked thing about mobile homes. It’s hard to paint them and remove the battens without making a mess of your wall. Ceilings are another probloematic of mobile home living. Finding a replacement panel for your ceiling is almost impossible.  Fortunatley, these articles can help you solve these and more issues about mobile home walls and ceilings:

Mobile Home Walls and Ceiling Articles

Mobile Home Plumbing Water

Mobile home plumbing is one of our most popular topics. A lot can go wrong with a home’s plumbing because the systems are much more complex than most homeowners realize. We’ve covered just about every issues a mobile home can have with its plumbing systems. You can read about the 5 most common mobile home plumbing problems here. 

Mobile Home Plumbing Articles

Mobile Home Repair H V A C Vent

Maintaining your mobile home’s heating and cooling system is vital to a healthy home. Your ductwork should be checked that they are properly sealed and insulated after every move and every other year. Adding more insualtion under the ductwork can help save money on your heating and cooling costs. Learn more about mobile home HVAC here:

Mobile Home Heating and Cooling Articles

Mobile Home Repair Skirting And Siding

Siding and skirting can make a huge difference in both appearance and heating and cooling costs. Unfortunately, a lot of homeowners don’t understand just how important venting is for your skirting, regardless of material. The following articles will help you understand your mobile home’s skirting needs better, how to buy and install skirting, how to paint metal siding on a mobile home, and much more..

Mobile Home Siding and Skirting Articles

More Helpful Mobile Home Repair Articles

We have published over 675 articles so, of course, we have tons more great mobile home repair articles! We have helpful articles from repairing or replacing your mobile home’s bellyboard to recoating your metal roof. If can’t find something just comment on an article and we’ll do our best to point you in the right direction.

More Helpful Mobile Home Repair Articles

Most Recent Mobile Home Repair Articles

How to Replace Your Mobile Home Ceiling with Drywall

I've noticed homeowners are especially intimidated when it comes to mobile home ceilings. If you know your way around a toolbox and have had a few construction projects under your belt you should be able to replace your mobile home ceiling…
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50 Incredibly Useful Tips about Mobile Homes

If someone is new to Mobile Home Livingand has never been around a factory-built home they probably don't know what they don't know. While mobile homes are remarkably similar to site-built homes, there are still differences. For example,…
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How to Repair a Mobile Home Belly Board

If you've ever read the government published pamphlets about a mobile home underbelly or how to repair a mobile home belly board you'll quickly notice that they aren't particularly worried about cost. Every recommendation usually ends…
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Mobile Home Door Repairs and Makeover Ideas

One of our previous featured homeowners changed the look of her interior doors and I was inspired to find more mobile home door repairs and makeover ideas. In this article, we cover a few different mobile home door repairs to fix…
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Homeowner’s Guide to Re-Leveling a Mobile Home

Mobile homes become unlevel for many reasons. They can settle into the ground due to excessive moisture, experience ground heave, or can have damaged shims, or wedges. Loose and broken wedges are common, especially if non-treated or…
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How to Paint Mobile Home Ceilings and Cover Water Stains for Good

If you're ready to give your home a makeover we always recommend painting your mobile home ceiling first. It's amazing how much a fresh coat of paint on a ceiling can change your entire home! Unfortunately, painting a mobile home ceiling…
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