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Are you struggling with extreme temperature fluctuations in your mobile home? Do you find it hard to maintain a comfortable temperature, no matter the season? If so, you may be in need of proper insulation to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Our website provides a comprehensive guide to help you insulate your mobile home effectively. From selecting suitable insulation materials to installation tips and tricks, we offer valuable insights to ensure that you can properly insulate your home for optimal temperature control and energy efficiency. With our help, you can create a cozy living space that is comfortable and welcoming throughout the year.

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Just like standard houses, mobile homes also require insulation in order to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. While some people may think that it’s easy enough and better to install insulation in their mobile homes themselves, it’s generally recommended that you have a professional insulation contractor install it for you. Insulation is vital in your mobile home because of the thin walls; heat gets transferred more efficiently, and that means it can be unbearably hot or cold at different times of the year. Mobile homes are different than regular homes. Having thinner walls means heat can penetrate more quickly, and this presents a challenge when figuring out how to install proper insulation. The limited space in wall cavities, the presence of skirting, and the nature of the underbelly of the manufactured home also pose specific challenges for adequate insulation.

Avoid costly mistakes by hiring a professional

Not applying enough insulation

You may think missing a few patches of insulation would not be a big deal. But that is wrong. In fact, it’s estimated that if even as little as 5% of the insulation is missing, the R-value can decrease by more than 50%! The bottom line is that when insulation is applied it needs to be done thoroughly and correctly.

Damaged underbelly insulation

Being that the underbelly is the lowest point of the mobile home to the ground, and based on the appliances and hardware it houses, this can become a problematic area when it comes to insulation. For starters, there is a greater likelihood for pests to enter the area and nest in the insulation, which will limit its effectiveness. Additionally, the plumbing and electrical work often isn’t insulated properly, which can become an issue. There is also a potential that the skirting around the mobile home is poorly insulated or isn’t air-tight, which can trickle down and impact the effectiveness of the underbelly.

Building pieces/ parts

Joists, batts, knee walls, and soffits if not insulated correctly, can hamper the over-effectiveness of your insulation in certain rooms of the home. If you are not working with a professional who knows how to properly insulate these troublesome areas of your mobile home, you will have more room for error.

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Issues that could arise if you don’t hire a professional when it comes to insulating your manufactured home. Insulation is commonly placed in the roof, ceiling, walls, and floors of your mobile home. It may also be placed in areas like crawl spaces and the underbelly of mobile homes to further improve energy efficiency while reducing condensation. Not only is insulation important for comfort and energy efficiency benefits, but insulation can also help to serve as a sound barrier both between rooms within the mobile home and when it comes to deadening sound from the outside of the mobile home.

mobile home underbelly insulation

Replacing an underbelly is probably one of the most challenging repairs on a manufactured home. This is due to the lack of working room and the weight of the underbelly material. Most underbelly have to be tacked at the edges and allowed to hang in the middle. Pipes and ductwork tend to hang down on most mobile homes, which must be covered by the underbelly material. Deciding between DIY and professional insulation installation depends on the complexity of the project and your skill level. Professionals ensure proper installation, which is crucial for maximizing energy efficiency and avoiding issues like moisture buildup.


Improve your mobile home's energy efficiency with our insulation services

Mobile Home Insulation is a great way to improve the comfort and livability of your mobile home. Mobile home insulation is a crucial part of creating a comfortable living space while saving on energy costs.

  • Temperature Regulation– Insulation acts as a reliable barrier, preventing the escape of heat during winter and keeping the cool air in during summer. This not only helps maintain a comfortable indoor temperature but also ensures a more relaxed and enjoyable living environment.
  • Maintain a Consistent Indoor Temperature—Insulating your mobile home helps to maintain a more consistent indoor temperature. Insulation provides added protection against extreme temperatures and moisture, ensuring a comfortable living environment year-round. 
  • Reduce Heat Loss And Transfer– By insulating the space, you create a barrier that prevents cold air from entering and warm air from escaping during winter months. This helps maintain a more consistent temperature throughout your home. 
  • Enhance Overall Comfort– Insulation will act as a barrier, preventing heat escape during winter and keeping the cool air in during summer. This helps maintain a comfortable indoor temperature.
  • Energy Savings—One of the primary benefits of mobile home insulation is the significant reduction in heating bills. By reducing the need for excessive heating, insulation puts you in control of your energy expenses, providing a sense of financial security. 
  • Energy Efficiency– By retaining heat in colder months and cool air in the hotter summer months, mobile home insulation reduces the need for constant heating and cooling, leading to substantial energy savings.

why work with us?

over 25 years experience

Serving Seattle for 25+ years with expertise and professionalism. Our experienced team, led by founder Jo, has been dedicated to delivering quality craftsmanship and friendly customer service to all his customers for almost two decades.

10-year warranty on insulation workmanship

All of our work is backed by a 10-year transferable warranty on insulation workmanship and a 2-year transferable warranty on mold remediation, sump pump, and French drain install workmanship (if applicable to the bid scope of work). Included in our warranty is one free complimentary courtesy check.

insured, bonded, and licensed

Providing licensed, bonded, and insured services for your insulation needs. Trust our expertise and commitment to quality work. It is important to choose a contractor who is licensed, bonded, and insured because this ensures we know how to do our job properly and can protect ourselves against any potential mistakes.

owner run company

Owning a business can be tough, but also incredibly rewarding. Experience the advantage of talking directly to the owner of our business, Jo, who started installing insulation at the young age of 10. Jo, the founder of the company, has firsthand experience in the insulation industry since childhood.

5 star customer reviews

Experience a customer-focused company that prioritizes your wants and needs. Customer interactions are our primary means of creating true customer relationships and building our brand.

free same-day estimates

Providing customers with fast, free, virtual, and same-day quotes will give you a starting point for your home improvement project.

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