Our mission is to provide affordable, quality parts to anyone living in a manufactured home. We strive to be to the best Online retailer of mobile home repair, and strive to offer our customer the best experience possible.
Ashville Mobile Homes began in 1985. The company started with one mobile home under a pecan tree. The mobile home market went stale in the early part of 1999, much like the housing market is doing now.
Ashvillemobilehomes.com went online in January of 2002, and we haven't looked back. Our business has grown each year, and we look forward to serving the mobile home community well into the future.
||John Kuykendall - AKA Trailer John
Position: Owner, Store Front, Stock Ordering
John Kuykendall owns and operates Ashville Mobile Homes. He is married
to Deb Kuykendall, and has two children Matt and Brent. John is an active member and teacher at Reeves Grove Baptist Church. He originally started Ashville
Mobile Homes with one Mobile Home under a pecan tree! His wife
eventually talked him into opening an online store...
Long story short...BAM! -> Ashvillemobilehomes.com.
Hobbies: Quail Hunting and watching
24, Duck Dynasty.
||Brandon Paulk - AKA Bo
Position: Shipping/Receiving Department
Born and raised in nearby Steele. Attended Schools in Steele and Ashville from 88 - 00 and Gadsden State C.C. in 07. Brandon is engaged to Cathy Wapplehorst and is planning a wedding in the fall. He has two children Brooklynn and Hayden. Brandon is a member at Deerman's Chapel UMC.
Hobbies: Playing Texas hold'em Poker and Spending time with family.
ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!
Born and raised in Ashville. Graduated Ashville High School in 2003 and
attended Gadsden State Community College on scholarship. Since 06, he has
been pursuing a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from Jacksonville
State Univeristy. Brent is a member of Reeves Grove Baptist Church.
Hobbies: 3d Modeling, Web/Graphic Design, Drawing and C++
Brent Kuykendall is responsible for maintaining and upgrading the
Where exactly is Ashville, you may ask? Ashville is small town 40 miles NE of Birmingham, AL. When I say small
, I mean it. It's so small:
- You have start from here to go anywhere. You can't get here, from there (which explains why no one can find us).
- As I type this, spell check is suggesting 'Asheville' for Ashville.
- We only have 1 red light.