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Old 06-17-2021, 10:02 PM   #1
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Luxury Vinyl Plank / Tile pictures wanted, please.

Anyone who's renovated their motorhome with LVP or LVT can you please post pics and possibly identify brand and color or name of material. I'm going to be removing the old carpet and broken tile in my Camelot and am looking for ideas.

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A member asked the same question last week , and I posted pictures . Link below.

I only did the drivers area , because carpet wear at top of stairs was the main problem . I'm not certain if I'll continue with the tiles ( not sure if they will stand up to the weight of the slide rollers ) or switch to laminate or hardwood.

I still have one of the boxes, and will post info tomorrow .

Any product you do consider , read all the instructions before you buy , some will require climate control ( no freezing temps ) others have humidity limits .

http://www.irv2.com/forums/f103/viny...ng-541187.html

Another post that maybe of interest.

http://www.irv2.com/forums/f103/hard...re-289619.html
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On the Home Depot site they have a feature that works with SOME of their flooring, I found it looking for options for mine. Load a picture of the space where you want to use the flooring and it will show the end product installed. It does a surprisingly good job and you can also rotate the installation direction. I hadn't though much about that but it made a lot of difference.

Because it doesn't work with all the selections I used it mainly for ideas of how different styles and colors would look. It showed me some of what I'd thought would look good didn't work as well as I thought. And why I'm not an interior decorator.
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I used 24"x12" click lock tiles. Found it at the local Floor & Décor. The brand was Casa Moderna but it was also a close out and is no longer available. Wanted a seamless stone look rather than wood planks. About $350, with one box left over, to floor a 30' class A. I probably didn't need the green underlay material as I was going after some level of sound proofing. Not sure how effective it is.

The tile is listed as water proof but I'm not sure it that means water won't effect the tile or water won't leak thru the click lock. Just to be on the safe side I painted as much as the OSB subfloor as I could reach with thinned epoxy to water seal it. If you install the tile floating (not glued down) don't forget to leave room around the edges for expansion and contraction of the tile with temperature changes. Add quarter round trim to hide the gap. Not overly difficult to install but there will be a lot of cutting and fit work as compared to doing a room in the homestead.
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I installed a resin and marble dust product, VillaStone. 18” square tiles, flexible about 1/8” thick. Weight is less than carpet and pad. After floor was ready, outdoor carpet mastic is applied with tooth trowel. This mastic will stay flexible below freezing to hot temperatures. After tiles are laid, a resin grout is applied just like you would with ceramic tiles. Under the drivers feet, I cut the lip off of two commercial stair treads. Applied 3 coats if contact cement, butted factory edges together and used double the grout space around them. Did this because there us a steel plate under drivers feet area.
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Old 06-18-2021, 10:58 AM   #6
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Cheap menards click together LVP that was on clearance. I can look up the color if you're interested.



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On the Home Depot site they have a feature that works with SOME of their flooring, I found it looking for options for mine. Load a picture of the space where you want to use the flooring and it will show the end product installed. It does a surprisingly good job and you can also rotate the installation direction. I hadn't though much about that but it made a lot of difference.

Because it doesn't work with all the selections I used it mainly for ideas of how different styles and colors would look. It showed me some of what I'd thought would look good didn't work as well as I thought. And why I'm not an interior decorator.
This looks really nice and I have darker wood cabinets as you have.

Question, are you guys removing the slides in order to lay the planks under the kitchen slide?
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Thanks for pics and tips guys, keep them coming.

For reasons I don't know yet the installer wants to use glue down LVP and I'm finding not much to choose from in glue down planks. The lions share of stuff is click lock.
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Traffic master "Dayhawk Grey" vinyl plank from Home Depot. 200.00 cad. to finnish 64sq. Feet in the salon area.
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I used engineered wood glued down with urethane glue. Ain't going anywhere. Because of the slides, no way could I not glue it down as the wood also forms the ramp that the slide rolls up on. Lots of pressure.
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