Foam insulation can help your mobile home become more energy efficient by lowering your heating and cooling bills and making your home more comfortable all year-round. If you have high energy bills or experience drafts, cold floors, uncomfortable rooms, or want to seal up your mobile home’s skirting, foam insulation can help.
Whether you have a mobile home, house trailer, or manufactured home -- we insulate them all.
Foam insulation creates the necessary air seal to keep indoor temperatures consistent year-round, no matter what Mother Nature throws at you.
Keeping your conditioned air inside and outside air out makes your mobile home energy efficient while saving you money, and reduces your carbon footprint.
Drafts, mold, mildew, cold floors, and freezing pipes will be a thing of the past once you add the proper insulation to your mobile home.
Our process for insulating mobile homes with foam insulation may vary slightly from our standard home insulation process.
If your home has horizontal siding our standard process is used and in most cases, we can remove a piece of siding and insulate the exterior walls from the outside. Many mobile homes and house trailers have vertical aluminum siding. To insulate existing walls with this type of siding, we would drill 1.5-inch holes straight through the siding to insulate each stud cavity, and plug the holes with a white plastic plug.
Many mobile homes have cathedral ceilings that we can in most cases insulate with spray foam by cutting panels in the ceiling. If the mobile home has a drop ceiling, we can most likely remove ceiling panels and spray the roof deck.
We can insulate the foundation area of most mobile homes in the same way that we would insulate a crawl space. We can even usually insulate the skirting with spray foam insulation to seal up your foundation area from the elements.