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Old 02-10-2013, 05:00 PM   #1
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Replacing floor question

I have a 2008 Monaco Knight. 38 PDQ. It has a tile and carpet floor. I am thinking about replacing the entire floor. I am wondering how this can be done. It appears that the cabinets and internal walls are sitting on the tile floor. I have a small cabinet in the front next to the dash and it is sitting on the tile too.

So, how do people put in a new floor. On top of the existing floor or do they take out anything sitting on the tile and then reinstall it onto the new floor?

I am thinking about putting a wood or pergo type floor down.



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Steve- do you have ceramic tile? You probably have OSB under your floor covering. You can break the tile- if its ceramic and pry the pieces up. The pieces are very sharp and I use safety glasses and gloves in this endeavor. The small cabinet by the dash is secured to the floor with some screws. I have seen ceramic installed on a backer board and then that was installed.

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Old 02-10-2013, 05:40 PM   #3
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Yes, it is ceramic tile. You can open a drawer of a cabinet and see the tile.

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