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Flick 02-01-2014 05:24 PM

Sub zero Temps cause damage?
 
Went to the storage lot today to check on my 2002 Winnebago Brave and run the generator. During the week we had temperatures of -15 degrees and several days where the high for the day stayed below zero. Today the high was 45. I was horrified to find the vinyl flooring in the bath was split from the shower across to the toilet. Just like a ragged crack in ice. There is no sign of water damage under it. Plywood under floor looks fine. I couldn't find any other damage. Could the cold do this?

jesilvas 02-01-2014 05:48 PM

Cold and dry air, yes. Extreme temp changes.

Hope you drained water lines

Bipeflier 02-01-2014 06:47 PM

My buddy's toy hauler did the same thing in early January when it got to about 12 below.

Place and stick vinyl tile going in when it warms up.

Aguyfromcalg 02-01-2014 06:53 PM

Now I know why mine split.
Thanks for posting

DAJO 02-01-2014 08:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Flick (Post 1909376)
Went to the storage lot today to check on my 2002 Winnebago Brave and run the generator. During the week we had temperatures of -15 degrees and several days where the high for the day stayed below zero. Today the high was 45. I was horrified to find the vinyl flooring in the bath was split from the shower across to the toilet. Just like a ragged crack in ice. There is no sign of water damage under it. Plywood under floor looks fine. I couldn't find any other damage. Could the cold do this?

New very expensive tile grout cracked.


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