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Old 02-02-2013, 12:18 AM   #43
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Check into heated toilet seats.........great for cold nights. deSanford
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mlh2013.......we want to replace our carpet as well. Would like to see what you did. Have any pic's you can post?
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Replacement of Carpet with Vinyl Planks

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Old 02-07-2013, 04:57 PM   #46
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Nice Job
What vinyl flooring is that?
Looks really good
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Curious did you put the "planks" on top of the sliding upper stair platform? deSanford Looks good!!
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bump.......deSanford
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Thanks bowpulpit, the flooring brand is Tarkett transcend collection. The color is long pine copper. Mark
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Yes desanford I did put the planks on the stairwell slide cover. This is a locking vinyl very similar to tounge and grooved it is a floating floor glueless but on the stairwell and stair slide I glued everything to hold in place. We are very pleased so far as we are not fans of carpet only have it in one room in our house master bedroom. But each to his own
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I've been able to remove all carpet except on stairs and under the bed "box". I would have had to remove the bedroom slide to get to it. I have some "tiger" wood left over that maybe I could use for the entry. My planks are about 3/8" thick, but the carpet is also at least that thick. Do you know if there is wood behind the carpet on the entry area, and on top of the slide out step? I had the planks nailed and glued on bedroom slideout, sofa slideout now recliner rocker area. Also under the dinette area we had wood planks installed. I posted a picture here somewhere. Looks like you might have removed the black rubber overhang pieces in order to cover the wood. deSanford
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yes on mine it has plywood under the carpet on the steps and on the stairwell sides, the rubber stair treads I put on. My mh came with carpet on the steps we never could keep it clean.
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Thanks for the info. I just checked out Tarkett's website and watched an installation video. This is exactly what we want, a floating vinyl plank floor.
Now to find a local dealer. Thanks for sharing the pic's and info.
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