Mobile Home Ceiling Wiring One of the most common mobile home ceiling designs uses 4-foot wide ceiling panels screwed into the roof trusses every 24″ or 16″ (the typical space between the roof trusses). A flat plastic trim covers where two seams meet and rosettes are used on the trusses in between the seams.
Mobile Home Ceiling Wiring Electrical wiring in mobile homes built after 1971 is copper. Copper is the best to use when it comes to conductivity, reliability, and strength. It is also very economical. Copper wiring is encased in a titanium material to keep all of the pieces together.
Mobile Home Ceiling Wiring Installation: Tongue and groove wood planks are a very popular mobile home ceiling replacement. They are called tongue and groove because one side slides into the other and creates a flat plane. They are called tongue and groove because one side slides into the other and creates a flat plane.
Mobile Home Ceiling Wiring Ceiling Fans in Mobile Homes Manufactured Home ceiling fans Some of the newer homes come pre-wired for ceiling fans and if that is the case you will see a plate in the ceiling covering the box the fan can be attached to. Removing the plate, there should be wires for supplying power to the fan.