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Old 08-18-2009, 10:31 AM   #1
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Has anyone installed one-piece vinyl flooring in an MH?

We are considering installing the one-piece, "no-glue" vinyl flooring in our MH (we don't have slides). This stuff is supposed to be held down by the moldings at the walls, with a little bit of room to slide as it lays flat. It doesn't seem to take into account the couch and other items which will be bolted through it, though. Does anyone have experience with this type of flooring in a MH? Is it best to glue it down anyway, to avoid bubbling?

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Old 08-18-2009, 02:40 PM   #2
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I just installed Allure in my 99 Kountry Star two weeks ago. I removed carpet from main floor but not the slide. It comes in 12"by36" for the tile look or6" by 36" for the wood. so far it has been great,It's a floating floor an should work great for you. Quite a few guy's on these form's are useing it. Check with the people at Home Depot,ask all the questions.

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We put sheet vinyl in an older motorhome we had and no problems in the two years we had it after the install. I laid it flat and let it set for a couple of days in th heat and then peeled back the edges and glued them. I also installed quarter round along the edges. The motorhome was never any farther north than Dallas and only had Houston Winters.

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