There’s a bit of controversy about installing solar panels on a mobile home. If you ask Google about installing solar panels on a mobile home most of the results say you can add them to… Read MoreSolar Panels Guide for Manufactured Homes
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Sealing heating ducts in a mobile home with forced-air heating is one of the best DIY home improvement projects you can do. It’s fairly easy, doesn’t cost a lot of money, and has tremendous benefits. You can… Read MoreHow to Seal Heating Ducts in a Mobile Home to Save Money
With the return of short-sleeved shirts and workplace temperature discussions, summer has returned in a spectacular fashion. However, did you realize that home heating and cooling accounts for 20 to 50 percent of your energy… Read MoreWhat Temperature to Set Air Conditioner in summer?
When the leaves start turning pretty colors and football is in full swing it’s time to winterize your mobile home. Older mobile homes have poor insulation compared to homes built today. Energy efficiency experts say… Read MoreGet Your Mobile Home Ready for Winter with these 7 Tips
If I could only give one tip to someone moving into an older mobile home it would be to focus on energy efficiency. Older mobile homes are absolutely terrible when it comes to energy efficiency.… Read More35 Tips to Lower Your Mobile Home’s Energy Bill
If you insulate under a mobile home you can save money. Over the last 3 decades, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) has partnered with the US Department of Energy to test various methods of… Read MoreTop 3 Methods to Insulate Under a Mobile Home
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… Read MoreHow to Repair a Mobile Home Belly Board
Winterizing a mobile home means more than just caulking around doors and windows and adding insulation. Most of us already know to do that. The following tips will help you winterize your mobile home like… Read MoreHow to Winterize your Mobile Home Like a Professional
Many mobile homes built before 1976 only have between 1 and 4 inches of poor quality insulation if they have any at all. Even if the insulation was installed, many builders left voids and gaps… Read MoreMobile Home Insulation Guide: How to Install Insulation in a Mobile Home
The secret to staying warm in the winter is layering your clothes and the same goes for your home’s plumbing lines, you want as many layers as possible between the elements and your water pipe.… Read MoreMobile Homeowner’s Guide to Heat Tape Installation and Safety
Updating your home with the following energy efficiency ideas is a great idea for any home. You can save a lot of money by installing a few simple energy savers and employing some simple solutions to your everyday… Read More8 Energy Efficiency Ideas for Your Manufactured Home
Water is one of the most damaging forces on earth and can destroy a home quickly or slowly. Repairing water damage in homes is a multimillion dollar industry in the US. Instead of having to… Read More7 Tips to Reduce Moisture Problems in Manufactured Homes
This week in our Ask a Mobile Home Expert series, we are covering questions about mobile home subfloors. Subfloors are an important subject in the mobile home world. Most every home with particle board subflooring… Read More4 Popular Questions about Mobile Home Subfloors