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Old 02-08-2021, 12:28 PM   #15
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Home Depot has (or at least used to have) flexible plank flooring. Score and snap, adhesive connections. I wouldn't say it looks rich or anything, but it's a simple durable waterproof floating floor (all seem good for RV) and an easy DIY project. Redid my old (really old) Tiffin 32 and I thought it came OK for very little money. Better than the gross carpet anyhow.
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I went with the Coretec laminate floor planks. Totally waterproof. Chose the hickory look and it was fairly inexpensive. My son and I installed it over the course of 3 weekends. We are very pleased with how it turned out.
OMG it is gorgeous! Excellent work!
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If you live in an area where you hit very low temps (i.e., Minnesota), I'd avoid the sheet products. I've helped replace two floors where the expansion/contraction resulted in a split down the middle of the floor.
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