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Old 04-19-2013, 12:16 PM   #113
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The other item that I wish I did not have in my motorhome is the furnace located in the bedroom area. Everytime it comes on, it wakes us up. a poor design by Winnebago.
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Old 04-19-2013, 10:55 PM   #114
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I wish I didn't have a satellite dish that doesn't work because it's now too old and they no longer sell the receivers for. And I wish I had normal everyday roof top air that EVERYBODY else uses. Why the heck Winnebago decided to go with basement air I'll never know cause all it does is take up a much needed basement compartment and really not work very well.
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Old 04-19-2013, 10:57 PM   #115
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Old 04-19-2013, 11:01 PM   #116
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Old 04-19-2013, 11:16 PM   #117
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From the DW - Carpet.
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Old 04-20-2013, 05:18 PM   #118
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Carpet in bedroom is ok. Carpet in main area is a pain in the rear. I'm lucky to have a Bissell 2x Pro cleaner. If not for that it would be pretty dirty.
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Carpet in bedroom is ok. Carpet in main area is a pain in the rear. I'm lucky to have a Bissell 2x Pro cleaner. If not for that it would be pretty dirty.
We have carpet in the dining / living area, tile looking linoleum at the entrance, kitchen, bath, shower, and carpet in the bedroom.

We are both getting tired of trying to keep the carpet clean, want to go the all linoleum and use carpet mats during cold weather.

Besides that's what the DW wants.
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Old 04-21-2013, 06:11 AM   #120
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We have carpet in the dining / living area, tile looking linoleum at the entrance, kitchen, bath, shower, and carpet in the bedroom.

We are both getting tired of trying to keep the carpet clean, want to go the all linoleum and use carpet mats during cold weather.

Besides that's what the DW wants.
We used to have carpet in the dining/living area, ceramic tile in the kitchen area. Carpet was impossible to keep clean. Ceramic tile was really cold on our feet most of the time.

We switched to all linoleum that looks like tile throughout the entire coach, except for carpet in the bedroom only. Compared to the ceramic tile, the linoleum is not cold on our feet. It's really easy to keep looking clean, and we think it looks a lot better than the ceramic tile and carpet.
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Old 04-21-2013, 06:35 AM   #121
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Carpet. I hate carpeting, in the S&B, in the motor home. Did the S&B, on my project list to rip out all the carpet and replace with laminate flooring in the MH. Gotta figure out how to deal with the slide first though.
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We used to have carpet in the dining/living area, ceramic tile in the kitchen area. Carpet was impossible to keep clean. Ceramic tile was really cold on our feet most of the time.

We switched to all linoleum that looks like tile throughout the entire coach, except for carpet in the bedroom only. Compared to the ceramic tile, the linoleum is not cold on our feet. It's really easy to keep looking clean, and we think it looks a lot better than the ceramic tile and carpet.
That was my thoughts. The current linoleum we have does not feel cold on our feet (although admittedly our cold weather camping in the SW is probably a lot warmer than northern climes) but we opted out of ceramic tile also as a consideration.

We figure on re-configuring our dinette area and pull the carpet this summer...hopefully.
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Carpet. I hate carpeting, in the S&B, in the motor home. Did the S&B, on my project list to rip out all the carpet and replace with laminate flooring in the MH. Gotta figure out how to deal with the slide first though.
Don't have a slide...makes figuring easier.

Good luck. Think the slide might scratch the new floor?
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Carpet. I hate carpeting, in the S&B, in the motor home. Did the S&B, on my project list to rip out all the carpet and replace with laminate flooring in the MH. Gotta figure out how to deal with the slide first though.
For some great ideas on doing hardwood or laminate flooring in the MH with a slide, check out "erniesremodeling" on Yahoo Groups. I just finished doing my DP and it looks great. Wife gave me 2 attaboys for the job.
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Old 04-22-2013, 03:56 PM   #125
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My Diamond Shield also, its mildewing underneath the plastic.
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Old 04-23-2013, 09:19 AM   #126
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