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Old 03-03-2014, 12:54 AM   #1
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San Jose/San Francisco Floor Replacement

Hi, I am looking for recommendations for a someone to replace the carpeting in my Country Coach (3 slides) with either engineered hardwood or Allure. I am hoping to find someone who has experience and does a nice job.

I would like to do it myself, but I do not feel I will have the time, a place to do it, or the knowledge. I have read on the forum where getting the rug from under the slides is quit difficult and I do not have a large enough yard to park the RV and most yards do not allow you to put out the slides around here. Maybe some encouragement and I would tackle it myself.

I also would like to know, how hard and messy a job is it to pull up the ceramic tile in front of the sink. Does it require sanding to get it smooth.

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I would talk with Leale's RV Repair in San Jose. Even if you decide to go another way, you will get some good ideas from them.
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