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Mobile Home Moisture- It's Never Good News When It Rains Inside - My Mobile Home Makeover
“It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity!” “It never rains, it only pours!” If I had a nickel for every time I said these things this year, I’d be a rich woman. The amount of moisture in the air since the Spring has just overwhelmed our home and our ground … Show me the rest!
How to Eliminate Seams in Mobile Home Walls | Hunker
Eliminating the seams in mobile home walls makes the rooms look larger and more finished. Mobile home manufacturers cover walls with panels of vinyl board and fasten them in place with battens. Contractors refer to the battens that cover seams as “batts.
There is a reason the Obama administration recently rolled out it’s ‘Cash for Caulkers‘ program: air sealing the home is one of the most cost effective ways to increase energy efficiency. No matter how well your house is insulated, if there are cracks and gaps, the air you just paid to heat or cool will quickly be lost. But air sealing is easy and relatively cheap as long as you know what areas to attack with the caulk gun.
This is a blog by a middle-aged woman, who has a limited budget, lives in a mobile home, and wants to remodel it. I will be gutting most of this MH and rebuilding to make it as energy efficient as possible. I will be using discounted, on-sale items or finding and reusing building supplies as much as possible. Craigslist is your friend, recycling is smart, and reusing is frugal! This is construction using brains, not brawn! So come on in - the water is fine.....lol