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Old 06-20-2014, 09:38 PM   #15
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Just had mine done last week in San Antonio. $2000 labor took 3 days. Husband and wife couple have been doing it for 30 yrs
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I just did the kitchen area. around $50 from lowes. Didn't take long...few hours.
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I was quoted $5000 to do engineered wood flooring from the brake pedal to the front of the bedroom including the bathroom and under the toilet which sits up an a pedestal. this also goes under a slide. He said it would take a week and a half. This is a guy that does a lot of RVs for entertainers/musicians. $1,000,000+ Prevost. I have seen his work and he is good but the price still sounds high from what I have read. Does anyone have any thoughts? Is this high for this project or about right? His labor rate is $100 per hr.
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Does anyone have any thoughts? Is this high for this project or about right? His labor rate is $100 per hr.
It appears you have not read through this entire short thread.

Back up and read post #11.

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Ernie is the man when it comes to flooring.

I just finally finished a job that I had wanted to do a few years ago when Ernie was out in the Los Angeles area providing flooring service for others but just couldn't get the time and money together while he was here.

I purchased the materials from Lowe's which came to about $1300 for a high grade Shaw carpet, 12 x 22 feet and 50 pieces of 4 inch by 36 inch vinyl planking.

The labor for the project was $850 done by a local professional with 25 years experience. He has his own business plus works as an installer for Lowe's too.

He worked almost 2 full days installing the carpet in the main large slide and in the bedroom where there was carpet originally. He removed carpet in the closet, around the bed frame pedestal, toilet room, sides of the entry way and the step cover. Those areas now have vinyl planking.

I am now working on installing a few pieces of oak molding to finish off some places where the corners are raw.

The original carpet was almost 13 years old and very ragged.

I will post some photos of before and after once I finish with the molding this week.

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I had forgotten to follow-up with posting photos of my carpet and vinyl flooring project I had done back in the summer of 2014.

Here is the LINK to the project with before and after photos.

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was that quote for wood on the slides?
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Just had mine done last week in San Antonio. $2000 labor took 3 days. Husband and wife couple have been doing it for 30 yrs
Jimboay, could you give me the contact info for the San Antonio installers?

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