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Old 09-04-2010, 03:34 PM   #29
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Dog House Carpet

Having decided on the replacement flooring in my Southwind, has anyone tackled the drivers/passengers side and dog house carpet replacement? any know supplier for "precut" package. Would also like to add insulation for heat/sound while there. Comments.

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Old 09-04-2010, 04:05 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by Theberrys View Post
We have Table and Chairs with the Kitchen and a sofa in the slide. This configuration made the install simpler because the Laminate could go under the slide about four inches and that made a tidy fit under the kitchen. Also because the kitchen slide is shallower and heaver National installed rollers instead of glides which don't mar the floor.

did you install any of the laminate over the kitchen vinyl...this pergo we got says don't install over a moisture barrier if wood subfloor , but the vinyl is really glued and we think it would be really hard to get up...i tried a small section and it leaves a paper like backing. your floors are so pretty..

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another question.....did you start the laminate on the kitchen and dining slide area first? the 4 inches under the slides/counter did you put glue on that 4 inches to hold it down or did you just loose lay it under there? thanks
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We had carpet with a hardwood section in the kitchen. I took everything out. Not easy but necessary.
I started on the kitchen side and trimmed the passengers side as needed, a lot better than trying to cut the right size under the slide, only have to get one side right if it's first.


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