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Top 10 mobile home skirting contractors near you

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Cabinets  Granite Depot

Cabinets Granite Depot

New on HomeGuide
Offers online services
3 hires on HomeGuide
17+ years in business
We have over ten years of experience in the DMV with residential and commercial consumers transform their kitchen and bathroom. Helping customers with our amazing craftsmanship , 3D design and reasonable prices! Please let me know when you are available for a free in home estimate from us. We have multiple showrooms across the DMV you can visit by appointment and take a look at our cabinet and granite selection. Please send me your contact information and your availability. Thanks Mike, Cabinet Granite Depot
Reyes Contractors

Reyes Contractors

4 hires on HomeGuide
20+ years in business
Reyes contractors llc Exterior & Interior Residential & Commercial Your professional home repair solution Handyman & Home Improvement service We're your handyman! no matter what job you have at hand around the house we can fix it, repair it replace it or rebuild
RL Martin

RL Martin

15 hires on HomeGuide
25+ years in business
Lester E. says, "Craftsmanship and commitment to produce quality results " Read more
Bowman's Enterprise

Bowman's Enterprise

3 hires on HomeGuide
4+ years in business
Bobby J. S. says, "If showed up when he said he would and did a great job when he delivered and unloaded the stone. I would hire him again." Read more

Your Mobile Home Skirting Installation questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much is skirting for a mobile home?

Skirting a manufactured home costs $900 to $3,000 to enclose and cover the space from the bottom of the trailer to the ground. Prices vary depending on the material used. The skirting protects the home from pets and moisture and creates a storage space for outdoor tools, sporting equipment, and lawn furniture.

Who installs mobile home skirting near me?

Mobile home skirting can be installed by a mobile home skirting installer, handyman, or skilled do-it-yourselfer. Hiring a professional has many benefits over tackling the project yourself, especially if you don't own the tools or have the proper skills.

A mobile home skirting installer will ensure proper installation that protects the area from the elements and pests. They will likely finish the project more quickly and efficiently than you could do on your own. They will choose the best materials for your home and climate and offer warranties on their work.

What can you use for mobile home skirting?

The most common materials for mobile home skirting include:

  • Vinyl skirting is the most commonly used material due to its affordability, durability, and ease of installation. Vinyl resists moisture and pests but can dry out and become brittle from the sun. The material can also be damaged by weed eating around the home.
  • Metal skirting is another durable option that resists moisture, rust, and pests. Metal is more expensive than vinyl and should be handled with care to prevent denting.
  • Concrete skirting is the most expensive and durable option but is difficult to install and requires professional installation. The hard material is a permanent installation that can't be easily removed.
  • Wood skirting is the most traditional option and can be customized to match the home's exterior. Wood is less durable than other materials since it is susceptible to moisture damage and pests.

How many vents for mobile home skirting?

The number of vents that a mobile home skirting has depends on the size of the home. A general rule is to have one vent for every 150 feet of manufactured home flooring. You can install more vents if you live in a humid climate or if your home is located in an area with a lot of rain.

The vents should be placed in strategic locations to ensure proper ventilation, including:

  • Near the corners of the home
  • Along the length of the home, placed every 15 to 20 feet.
  • Under the eaves
  • Near any appliances that produce moisture or heat.

Can you paint mobile home skirting?

Yes, you can paint mobile home skirts, but it is important to use the right paint. For vinyl skirting, you need to use an exterior paint designed specifically for vinyl. For metal skirting, you need exterior paint designed specifically for metal.

Some tips for painting mobile home skirting include:

  • Choose a color that is compatible with the skirting material. Darker colors get hotter in the sun and should not be used on vinyl skirting that can heat up and buckle.
  • Prepare the skirting by cleaning it thoroughly and removing any loose paint or debris.
  • Apply a thin coat of primer before painting to help the paint to adhere to the skirting and prevent it from peeling.
  • Apply two coats of paint, allowing each coat to dry completely.

What questions should I ask a mobile home skirting installer?

Mobile home skirting is a great way to improve the look of your home and keep pests from building nests under the home. Be sure to hire the best contractor for the project by asking these questions:

  • What are the different materials available?
  • What are the pros and cons of each skirting material?
  • How long will the skirting last?
  • What maintenance is required to keep the skirting look its best?
  • What is the warranty on the manufactured home skirting?
  • How much do you charge for installation?
  • How long will the installation take?
  • Do you offer any discounts or financing options?
  • Is your company licensed and insured?
  • Will you provide references from previous customers?

How do I choose a mobile home skirting installer?

Here are some tips on choosing a mobile home skirting installer:

  • Get estimates from several different installers and compare their prices and quality of work.
  • Check their references by talking to previous customers to see if they were satisfied with the installer's work.
  • Confirm the installer is licensed and insured to protect yourself in case there are any problems during the project.
  • Get everything in writing. Ask for a written estimate and contract detailing the price of the skirting, the materials to be used, the warranty, and the time frame for completion.

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Bernard S B.
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RL Martin
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