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Old 06-22-2014, 10:16 PM   #29
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you may have to add on to the price of them adding rollers to your sides .. that if you have any slides in your rv

most RV with carpet in them is to help cut cost on adding rollers to the under side of your slide

if you add wood flooring and this is not looked in to the slide well cut up your floor fast
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I did go out and take PIC's with the slide in. The one in the back is maybe a little overkill but what the heck. Jim
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Please keep the ideas and pictures coming!

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I'm in the process now. Wood and glue cost me right at $1000. I am doing the installation so no cost, but time . The hardest part was getting the carpet and staples out, Very Very time consuming. I also removed couches and chairs. But could not remove driver and passenger seat had to work around them. But once again Carpet puling and surface prep will take a while to do.
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Floor replacement

We did the entire floor in our 45' Monaco Signature with 9/16" engineered bamboo wood floor. The original tile was a real chore to remove. The coach had about 24 sq. ft. of rotted subfloor at the 4 corners of the front two slides since the previous owner had not properly maintained the slide seals. The subfloor repair added a couple of extra days to the job.We had Ernie Ekberg in Weatherford, TX do the job.

We are delighted with the finished result.
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We did the entire floor in our 45' Monaco Signature with 9/16" engineered bamboo wood floor. The original tile was a real chore to remove. The coach had about 24 sq. ft. of rotted subfloor at the 4 corners of the front two slides since the previous owner had not properly maintained the slide seals. The subfloor repair added a couple of extra days to the job.We had Ernie Ekberg in Weatherford, TX do the job.

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Nice choice on both the floor and Ernie the installer!

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You can check here for how I did it:

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Oak engineered flooring with several vinyl planks on top to protect the floor from the slide skids.

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Oak engineered flooring with several vinyl planks on top to protect the floor from the slide skids.

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Looks GREAT! Nice job!
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