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Old 05-03-2011, 08:30 PM   #1
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New carpet for the '02 Eagle

Trees to These did a great job on some major improvements (MCD Blinds throughout, New Cherry Wood Valances, 32"/26" Flatscreen TV conversions) on our '02 Eagle this winter, and now that it's looking so good we've decided to have them do a few more upgrades. We're replacing the original carpet (which was actually in pretty good condition) with a darker, low pile carpet. Greg (Trees to These) removed all of the seating and was full speed ahead on getting the rig prepped for the new carpet which should arrive in about a week. He has been great to work and his attention to detail is awesome. I think we'll have him install some stone backsplash in the kitchen and do something with the bathroom walls. It's pretty amazing to see all of the motorhomes roll into his place!
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Amazing what some updating will do!! Glad you found someone who is good!
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I didn't know Trees to These also did carpeting. Good to hear. Do you mind telling what cost is to install? I know carpet costs can vary. I have a 40' American Dream (currently in the paint shop getting a whole new design on her) and will start re-furbishing the inside as soon as I save some more $$$. (Getting harder to do with current fuel prices!)

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I believe the labor for mine will be right around $1400.00. You can probably save some money if you remove the carpeting yourself. The slide out is a job! You have to remove the long rails that hold down the carpet and it's not a fun job! I will say that with Greg's meticulous attention to detail, I would have paid more! He actually doesn't do the install but DOES keep an eye on the job and the guy he has doing it has done motorhomes for a long time. I'll post pics of the completed job. Here are some of the coach today after I finished removing the rest of the carpeting.
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Some more...This is the slide out rail I was speaking of.
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Last one....

I will take some pics of the completed job.
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Hard to believe what flooring does for a coach! Here's a pic before we removed the carpeting, upgraded to MCD blinds and upgraded to flatscreen TV's...
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Greg Mies (Trees to These) does great workay very reasonable prices. Highly recommended to anyone who can get to the Decatur, IN, area.
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Just got back from picking up the MH from Trees to These after the new carpeting installation. All I can say is WOW! Incredible job and really updates the coach. Now my DW get's to check out the new central vac







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