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Old 06-24-2014, 08:58 PM   #1
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New flooring install

Finally had enough of carpet in the coach....installed Brazilian Walnut wood flooring in living room and kitchen. Quite pleased with the results..

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Old 06-24-2014, 09:01 PM   #2
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Looks great! Did you do it, or did you have it done?
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Finally had enough of carpet in the coach....installed Brazilian Walnut wood flooring in living room and kitchen. Quite pleased with the results..

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My wife hates carpet as well. So, I may eventually have to go through this exercise from carpet to wood. I suppose the Slide Outs could be an issue for going to wood.
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I had it done by pro installer.....I don't have the patience...or skill
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The slides are not an issue at all....
after alot of research on all tile floor I decided on wood over laminate...adding value I believe....and the walnut is the hardest and most dense.
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Planning on doing that to our Vectra. Not sure about around the front seats, dog house and on the slide.
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