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Let's replace the flooring in the RV?

Bill and I want to replace the flooring in our RV.  It's currently carpeted throughout and has two slides.  We'd like to replace the main area with laminate, and keep the carpet in the cockpit, the bedroom and the large living area slide.  Has anyone attempted to do this themselves and if so, any pointers?  Has anyone used a local (San Diego, Orange County, Riverside County) installer to do it?  If so, who?

Thanks,

Brad.

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tim (website) on Sunday, 28 July 2013 10:55

Try Joe Curland of Sterling Motors RV out of Temecula,his # is 951-530-3005 or his web-site TemeculaRV.com. He installs and works on Motorhomes, I myself hate our front carpets in our Moho but Greg loves them.

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Tim

Try Joe Curland of Sterling Motors RV out of Temecula,his # is 951-530-3005 or his web-site TemeculaRV.com. He installs and works on Motorhomes, I myself hate our front carpets in our Moho but Greg loves them. Thanks Guys Tim
greg on Saturday, 10 August 2013 08:56

greg doesn't like the flooring you propose

greg doesn't like the flooring you propose
greg (website) on Saturday, 10 August 2013 08:54

keep in mind the slide mechanics and action may scratch floor covering other than carpet. if your carpet shows lines the laminate may show scratches. but then again laminates are thinner if there is no need for a new subfloor under the old carpet. IRV2.com may have a forum on your particular coach and the modification may be worked out. Good luck (this is greg testing access of another r screen name)

keep in mind the slide mechanics and action may scratch floor covering other than carpet. if your carpet shows lines the laminate may show scratches. but then again laminates are thinner if there is no need for a new subfloor under the old carpet. IRV2.com may have a forum on your particular coach and the modification may be worked out. Good luck (this is greg testing access of another r screen name)
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