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Old 03-12-2009, 03:23 PM   #1
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Need carpet Replaced

Okay I'm finally ready to replace the carpet in my motor home,was going to do it myself but after almost slicing my finger off well, I think I'll hire someone to do it.There in lies the problem,I'm having trouble finding someone to do it.Anyone here know of a carpet layer in Washington state that does motor homes or a company that does it.Thank-you for any help I can get.Peabody
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Old 03-13-2009, 12:31 AM   #2
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What part of Washington? (how far from The Dalles?)
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I would think that almost all carpet layers would even take on a motor home with the economy the way it is right now. Most would not because there are a lot more configurations in a smaller area when times were good. Get some referrals for the area and call around. Good luck and keep us posted.
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Jeff, I'm in Lakebay about 30miles from Tacoma a long ways from the Dalles a good 3hr drive or better.

Wizard that's what I thought too,but doesn't seem to be the case.
I have one guy coming out Saturday but I already have reservations about him he wants to charge for the est. (sign of the times I guess) plus he didn't get my address Peabody
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I found a carpet layer at a carpet place that would do mine, but he stated that normally layers shun the motorhomes. My issue would be what to do around the slide where it is underneath??
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No slide on my 87 Beaver Marquis so that isn't a problem.Peabody
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Ah so! Well I didn't know that, so sorry.
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