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Old 01-11-2012, 10:42 AM   #1
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Interior Conversions

Would like to know if anyone knows who we can contact about changing out our carpets to hardwood floors and who can remove a booth and replace with table can chairs. We have a National Dolphin 36' Class A motor home. We are in Martinsburg, West Virginia.

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Most rv dealers can including most Camping Worlds.

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Old 01-11-2012, 04:43 PM   #3
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Check Ernie Ekberg out of Weatherford, TX. He will come to you to do the work if you're not headed his way. He has a website that you can Google. And he did my motorhome earlier this year!

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In Nov I had all flooring removed in c class moho. Carpet replaced in bedroom and cab. Vinyl in rest of moho (bath/kitchen/living area). $250 for materials / $500 for installation. All done by a local flooring place, rather than a dealer who wanted alot more. I am pleased with the outcome.

We removed the front seats, j lounge and dinette cushions and had them recovered at an auto upholsterer for $900. Went from cloth to a "pleather" type fabric for $900.

Check flooring places to see if they have experienced installers to do moho. Ours did.
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Hi and welcome to the forum. I also suggest trying your local flooring stores. You will need to caution them that the new floor must match the height of the old floor due to your slides. SHould be a less expensive.
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You will probably find most floor layers HATE RV's. I could not find anyone around here that would remove carpet and install laminate.

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