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  1. Eric Blaich
    December 2, 2010

    where you from?

  2. ChrisB
    December 4, 2010

    @ericchevy1999 greenwood mississippi

  3. ChrisB
    November 4, 2011

    @SanorahO yes

  4. gona24t
    October 3, 2012

    Wow man came out real good

  5. Matthew Ray
    October 18, 2012

    Looks really good. I like the finish on the trim, and the beadboard makes for a classy look. She might want to paint the walls, so there aren't two different wood finishes…looks excellent.

  6. koolbossjock
    December 24, 2012

    Are those cross beams 2x2s? You can't find the ceiling panels anymore.You can use drywall but homedepot sez not without using stronger cross beams like 2x4s.

  7. FreeLion007
    March 15, 2013

    Thanks for posting this video. You did a great job shooting the video as well as fixing the ceilings, which really helps figure out what the problem was and how you fixed it. I just bought an older mobile home which has milk ceiling sag in two rooms, and will fix it myself, explaining my acute interest in exactly what you found and did. May God bless you and those you love.

  8. mikeperalta84
    May 14, 2013

    I have a double wide, and I'm thinking to put this up. Is there a marriage line in the ceiling? Any advice? Do you think I could use the beadboard that connects together or should I stick to the big panels and trim the gaps, like you did.

  9. ChrisB
    May 14, 2013

    i'm not an expert by no means,.. but i have done this to 3 different trailers, i have never done it to a doublewide, so i'm not sure how the lay out is in one, i'm sure there is a "Marriage line" in them so they can be taken apart to be moved, all so i have not done it to a vaulted ceiling which some double wides have. i guessing you could just let them meet in the middle and then lay a flat peace of trim in the gap, or some smooth plywood or something,

  10. Nica
    March 20, 2015

    Thank you very much for the time and the video, I am a single old mother and I have to do fixing around the house myself, your video is good and clear, only one thing, I suffer from vertigo and you guys move the camera way to fast for my eyes I wish I could do it here at home slow motion, but I'm not that techy

  11. Groovyman 1968
    April 28, 2015

    I would have reframed it all in 2X4" lumber, and spray foamed the ceiling, and inside walls for a dramatic R value increase. Long term, its the best way to make it strong, and warmย in the winter. Good job though, looks a lot better.

  12. Jose Cunha
    May 24, 2015

    Hey man, congrats for the video, I'd like to have an idea about pricing in a project like that.

  13. InStyle-Decor
    January 17, 2016

    Thanks from the girls at Hollywood

  14. Liz Tonks
    May 15, 2016

    OMG! How did all those beams get broken!?!?! I am moving my home soon and now I'm worried!!!
    That bead board paneling looks very nice up there.

  15. chadergeist82
    August 6, 2016

    Not a fan of that shinny ceiling drywall stuff. I would have went with something softer that is in 1970's mobile homes. That shinny stuff make it look like you put plastic on the ceiling or something.

  16. laschell59
    November 4, 2016

    what are you putting up as the new ceiling??

  17. laschell59
    November 4, 2016

    I wish i could had seen the insulation being taken down.

  18. Tinkeralch
    January 18, 2017

    Thank you for posting this.. I was going to replace the ceiling in my bedroom. I was trying to come up with ideas and bam… find your vid. Easy peasy lemon squeezy. Thank you very much for posting this. You saved me some headache ๐Ÿ™‚ I am curious about the trim you used… Is that like.. just a square 3×1" (Just approximation) trim?

  19. Dani Malone
    February 4, 2017

    Looks great once you got that trim up. Thanks for the video. I have to redo all the ceilings in my new moon. It's only 720 sq ft thankfully. Previous owner thought it was a GREAT idea to staple insulation through the tin roof and just let the rest of the house go to hell. ๐Ÿ™ So we're in the process of fixing it up so we can live there for a good long while.

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