Rogers Remodel 8-8-18

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Here is all of the pictures and video for the moble home in Rogers, AR that we did. When the customer first contacted us all he wanted was to have the deck completed by the end of Aug. for a birthday party. After completing the deck the customer kept adding different jobs for use to … Read more

Ceramic Tile Backsplash Huntsville, AR

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This job is improving an older mobile home. We put a ceramic tile backsplash in both the kitchen and bathroom of the trailer. In the bathroom, we rearranged the lighting and in general spruced it up.   The trailer is one that we have been sprucing up for the couple for over a year. We … Read more

Mobile Home Metal Skirting install

Mobile Home Metal Skirting Install

Phil shows you how to install your metal skirting: How to install metal skirting on a mobile home. Phil walks you through the entire job, exactly how to do it. See the answer to any venting questions below. I will try to answer with the hope to be simple enough and understandable enough to help … Read more

Metal Roof Discussion Video

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Hello Again Friends Discussions always come up about the advantages of metal to shingles. Hopefully you know the difference, but let’s look at this shingle roof. Lots and lots of individual components the three tab has three tabs, there’s multiple say hundreds and thousands of the pieces individual pieces. Each one has at least three … Read more

Drywall Repair for Mobile Homes

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The Drywall if you have in a mobile home is normally 3/8ths inch thickness. So if you have to patch a hole in the drywall you will want to by 3/8ths thickness material. It’s much easier to finish the drywall if all surfaces are the same thickness, than if they are not.

Building the Greenhouse

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We start the greenhouse for the new business Fool For Flowers on Thanksgiving Day. It’s amazing how much Phil can get done in so little time…lol especially handicapped by me trying to help him.

This greenhouse is being built with all recycled-up-cycled materials he has collected since I started talking about wanting to have a greenhouse.

We planned on creating a cold frame that would run along the front of the greenhouse but we had 3 of our big windows shattered so we have to hold off on the cold frames.

My husband amazes me, and this is my chance to brag on him, he got all of that done in about 4 hours even with me all in his way.

I also messed around trying to clean up the weeds and make paths so I can get to all of my areas.

I will have updates with pictures as we get things finished.