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More blog posts about mobile homes and air conditioning:

  1. How can I tell if a mobile home is well constructed?

  2. My air conditioner won’t turn on. What’s wrong?

  3. Why is there mold around the air conditioning ducts?

  4. What is the minimum SEER rating for a new air conditioner?

  5. How hurricane-resistant is my mobile home?

  6. How can I tell the difference between a manufactured home and a modular home?

  7. Can I paint the vinyl covered wallboard in a mobile home?

  8. What is the SEER of my old air conditioner?

  9. Do I need stairs at all exit doors from a mobile home?

  10. What does “AUX HEAT” and “EM HEAT” mean on my thermostat?

  11. Does an addition to a mobile home have to comply with with HUD Code?

  12. What’s the difference between a manufactured and a mobile home?

  13. What is a Park Model mobile home?

  14. How can I know if my mobile home meets HUD Code?

  15. Can I install a mobile home myself?

  16. Where are the load bearing walls in a double-wide mobile home?

  17. Where are Wind Zone 2 and Wind Zone 3 for mobile homes located?

  18. What can I do to prevent moisture problems in my mobile home?

  19. Why are there cracks in the wallboard in a mobile home after its moved?

  20. What year were mobile homes required to become more storm resistant?

  21. What is wrong with an air conditioner when the air flow out of the vents is low?

  22. Can you move a mobile home that is 20 years old in Florida?

  23. What is a pit set mobile home?

  24. Does a single-wide mobile home have interior bearing walls?

  25. Is 7 feet a normal height for a wall/ceiling in a mobile home?

  26. Do you have any tips for buying a used mobile home?

  27. Why is the floor tile cracked in my mobile home?

  28. Why is it important that a mobile home stay level throughout its lifetime?

  29. How much venting is required for mobile home skirting?

  30. What do I need to know about building an addition to a mobile home?

  31. What is the average lifespan of a wood deck?

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