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Old 03-27-2016, 08:28 AM   #1
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RV remodel Phoenix area anyone??

Looking to put down new tile floor and new "L" shaped couch and recliner. Maybe some cabinet work on our 07 Beaver Marquis. Anyone have reputable company to do this in the Phoenix area? Thanks in advance for any suggestions.

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We had some work done at RV Renovators in Mesa. We had them switch our genset and propane tank around and we were very pleased with their work. They do remodels, updates and what have you. Give them a shout and talk to them about what you want to have done. I would highly recommend them.
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We had some work done at RV Renovators in Mesa.
I have recommended them for quite some time based on experience of friends. Recently one of them had a very bad experience there which makes me reluctant to recommend them.
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Two years ago I had RV Renovators repair a cabinet that was damaged in a burglary. They did excellent work.
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I just stopped at RV Renovators last Friday to get a quote on some very minor fiberglass damage and paint scratches on the rear corner of my coach. The fiberglass damage was from the previous owner but I had just made the scratches putting it in storage.

The owner, Bob if I recall correctly, asked why I wasn't going through insurance. When I told him the fiberglass damage wasn't my doing he recommended that I tell the insurance company it all happened at the same time because it was about $5k in damage.

Prior to getting the quote from RV Renovators, I went to Tempe Fiberglass where they quoted me $1100 to get it ready for paint (they didn't do paint there). They had their fiberglass repair guy crawl under the coach so I feel good about the quote.

Also, while I was getting the quote from RV Renovators I asked them what they charge to replace carpet with a laminate. I was told to measure the length of the floor that I wanted replaced and then multiple that by $175/foot. In my coach that came to $3500 just for the labor.

They might do great work but based on their integrity and prices, I will not be doing any business with them.

There are people on these forums that do flooring installs. I think you would be better off with one of them.
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