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Old 06-14-2020, 03:39 PM   #1
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Need a RV Remodel in Central California

Since we are not going on that cruise this summer, I thought I would have a remodel done on the 2007 Diplomat. It needs new carpet in the bedroom, nice vinyl planking in the front, install an Amish conversion on the Norcold, some paint work, etc.

I live in San Luis Obispo, half way between LA and San Francisco. Can anyone recommend a shop in Central California?


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Old 06-14-2020, 08:02 PM   #2
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Talk to Joel @ Final Touch Coachworks in Santa Clarita, CA.

he did our Knight. I'd highly suggest doing a residential fridge instead of the Amish unit for the fridge. My Amish unit did not keep up so I put a Samsung RF197 in...Ordered it from Home Depot down the street and they delivered it to the shop. Best investment I ever made in that thing!
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Old 06-15-2020, 04:19 PM   #3
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Since we are not going on that cruise this summer, I thought I would have a remodel done on the 2007 Diplomat. It needs new carpet in the bedroom, nice vinyl planking in the front, install an Amish conversion on the Norcold, some paint work, etc.

I live in San Luis Obispo, half way between LA and San Francisco. Can anyone recommend a shop in Central Califo
Thanks,
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Hey Luke, Move to Mesa & I`ll fix you right up -- Been nice here so far, only 110 degrees -- Bill
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Old 06-16-2020, 11:31 PM   #4
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If I would have known I would have so much time available, I would have stayed in Mesa and put you and Henrik to work.

What brand of flooring do you recommend?
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Luke -- There`s alot of options for your flooring -- Pergo makes a nice, water proof flooring -- It`s a floating floor -- That means it`s not glued down-- It`s easy to install till you get in tight spaces, then not so easy -- It snaps together, so you need room to join the planks -- It will need trim around walls -- If I was installing a new floor in our`s, I would go with engineered hardwood -- It`s glued down & can cut it close to walls & such -- Do you have carpet or tile in the living area -- Tile is a real bitch to remove -- The OSB sub floor comes up in chunks --

Have you considered a Sansung in place of the RV frig -- It`s a nice upgrade--

Don`t catch a cold from the ocean breeze -- We`re staying warm here -- Bill
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