Updating a mobile home inside

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Once you see what other people have done to transform their homes, you have something to work with.

If you’ve ever taken the siding off of your double wide or mobile home for any reason, you may have seen that there is barely anything there to insulate your home. There is probably the siding, a pathetic layer of wrap that is the consistency of the little sheet of foam that sits on top of a Whitman’s Sampler, then the studs for the walls, and, if you’re lucky, there might be some R11 insulation, and then the gypsum board with the ugly flower print on it on the inside. No, there isn’t any Tyvek wrap, no R30 insulation, no sheets of plywood forming the exterior walls. Anyhoo, we contemplated taking all of the siding off, putting wood exterior walls on the outside of the studs, then wrapping in Tyvek. We got an estimate of ,000 for this job on our 26×48′ exterior walls.As one of the easiest switches you can make in your home to make it warmer and more inviting, lighting is a definite must-have if you’re improving your home.Browse below to find the perfect lighting solution for your home.Sooooo many months ago, I posted on our facebook page that we were getting ready to have our double wide painted.People asked me to share our experience, and soooo many months later, I am finally getting around to telling you all about it!

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