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Rvbuzz 03-15-2019 02:12 AM

Linoleum replacement
 
Hi all, I have a 2013 Winnebago 35' that had the linoleum damaged by the slide out. The damage was bad enough that I want to replace the flooring.
We live in central California near Paso Robles and none of the local RV shops will touch this job.
Our RV has 3 slide outs and it looks like at least one of the slides will need to be removed to do this correctly.
Can anyone refer me to a shop in California, Oregon or Washington? We have family in Washington and will be going that way a few times this year.

Thanks in advance for any help.

av8tor2 03-15-2019 02:22 PM

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Originally Posted by Rvbuzz (Post 4678535)
Hi all, I have a 2013 Winnebago 35' that had the linoleum damaged by the slide out. The damage was bad enough that I want to replace the flooring.
We live in central California near Paso Robles and none of the local RV shops will touch this job.
Our RV has 3 slide outs and it looks like at least one of the slides will need to be removed to do this correctly.
Can anyone refer me to a shop in California, Oregon or Washington? We have family in Washington and will be going that way a few times this year.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Google: rv remodeling companies california

looks like several not too far away from Paso Robles.

:dance:

RRR 03-15-2019 02:43 PM

https://daveandljs.com/ been doing RV remodels since they were kids and their parents shop.

Spdracr39 03-16-2019 07:55 AM

Technically to replace it 100% it would have to be gutted. They put the linoleum down before they install anything on the subfloor. Why can't you save a ton of money and just cover the areas that can be seen ? Removing slides is a major ordeal and expense. All slides have some type of overlap and as long as you go a couple of inches under it you should be golden.

Rvbuzz 03-18-2019 08:26 PM

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Thank you for your replies. Sorry it took so long to get back to this. I race cars as a hobby and last weekend we had a race at Willow Springs in Ca.

I will try to post some pics, hope that works. The linoleum goes from front to rear of MH except for drivers area and one small section on large slide.

It is only about a 1" overhang from edge of slide to edge of linoleum under slide.
I never did figure out what caused the initial damage. Something grabbed the linoleum and caused it to start to buckle. Luckily I could see it happening and stopped right away.

The surprising thing was that only the perimeter of the linoleum was glued down. All the rest of it appears to but just laying on the sub floor.

I would love to put in some type of wood but don't know what the complications are of that.

Rvbuzz 03-18-2019 08:30 PM

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Originally Posted by av8tor2 (Post 4679267)
Google: rv remodeling companies california

looks like several not too far away from Paso Robles.

:dance:

I did that search and it comes up with many companies that do not work on RVs. Skyriver RV will not do flooring and I have had mediocre service from them anyways. The other local option Delta RV won't do it either. And it is not that they won't, its that they don't.

Thank you for your input on this.

Rvbuzz 03-18-2019 08:32 PM

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Originally Posted by RRR (Post 4679277)
https://daveandljs.com/ been doing RV remodels since they were kids and their parents shop.

Thanks for your lead. I will check into them.


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