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  1. What was your budget? We are considering a total remodel. The home is a 1984 14 foot by 70 foot single wide.

  2. Your reno is very cool I have a 14 × 72 and am currently remodeling. The floors are the most time consuming of all .

  3. We bought a double wide in FL yrs ago. It was a mess. Animals had been living in it. We took it down to the studs. Replaced wall panels w/drywall. Replaced plumbing & electrical. Replaced all kitchen cabinets, all flooring & both bathrooms. I would love to send you pictures. My next project? Barn doors at my laundry area.

  4. You have an elegant house… every detailed was well planned… I believe all these beauty reflects a person’s perspective in life. Thank you for sharing these to us.

  5. dedication and hard work truly pays off, well done to Elizabeth, who can now reap the benefits of her hard work in her perfectly customised home!

    1. How do I reach Crystal Adkins ? We are remodeling our MH.
      We are tearing out the kitchen to totally remodle it.We have taped and textured all our walls and bathrooms will be down the road..

      1. Hi Patty! I’m always here (though sometimes it takes a day or ten to get a reply). I’d love for you to take a lot of photos so I can featured your kitchen! Is there something I can help you with?

  6. My respects and hats off to Elizabeth, Dale and all the DIY people! It needs lots of faith, patience, energy and to top it all self confidence to do it all yourself with out an assistance from the professional because there is always a risk of things going wrong and budget goes to the roof.

  7. We have been considering a mobile home for a long time. Both my husband and I are approaching our 60’s and I”m worried about the cost of buying a stick home verses a mobile home. To build is so expensive, even if you do it yourself and his health is not the best. We want a little bit of property to homestead ( a tiny bit of homesteading, wink!) but don’t want the burden and cost of a stick built! We are able to remodel if needed and I was glad to read that one of the commenters said they bought bare bones so they could make it their own. That is what I wanted to do since the kitchen cabinetry to me is subpar in most mobile homes. Thanks for sharing this great remodel!

  8. I have a 1995 Fleetwood, and would like to do something to bathroom shower, it has that vinyl or some kind of material what can I used to cover that up, I have redone everything else in there, thanks

  9. I being trying to remodel a single 3 bedroom 2 bath mobile home, now I need to do the bathrooms. Need help, have no clue how….

    1. Hi Ileana,

      I’d start with painting the ceiling first then the walls (or adding bead board or tile board). Next, I would replace the counter top, sink and faucet (or the whole cabinet) and mirror. The flooring will be last. If you’re replacing the tub and toilet do that before anything – gut it out and install the new.

      You can do it!

  10. We lived in a custom 16×80 home for 12 years and loved every minute of it. Our lot was beautiful and we ordered our home “bare bones” so we could decorate as we liked. We made it rustic with lots of cedar on the walls. The kitchen was the best I’ve had in any of our four houses. Whenever anyone came in they said how UNLIKE a TRAILER it was, that it was like living in a beautifully done ranch home. We lived there for 12 years before retiring to our cabin (a “real” house) in the woods. I will always love our mobile home best.