Rv Flooring Options To Make Your Camper Feel Like Home Mortons On The Move

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RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move
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RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move
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RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move.


DIY RV Reflooring with a Flush Slide-Out

DIY RV Reflooring with a Flush Slide Out - Reflooring our RV!

We have a 2005 DRV Mobiles Suites. It has carpet and linoleum in it from the factory. After traveling 2.5 years, we decided it was time to refloor the rv with something that was more aesthetically pleasing than the aging original flooring. Being DIY RV people, we did it ourselves!

We decided to go with a vinyl plank flooring that looked like wood that we found at Home Depot. It is the Allure brand, and the color was Khaki Oak, which included some mixing of grays and tans. It has a Grip Strip edge, which means there are some ledges on either side with adhesive on them, so when you place the planks side-by-side the adhesive ledges stick to each other and hold each other in place.

We also chose the Vinyl Plank style so that it was going to be flexible for going around the road, not a lot more weight (although it does weigh more overall than the linoleum and carpet we removed), durable (stand up to our dogs’ claws), waterproof, easy to install, and cost effective.

In this video, we show and talk about how we remove rv carpet, remove rv linoleum, repair damaged subfloor with Bondo and install the Allure vinyl plank on our floor, which includes reflooring the flush slide out and deal with the flush slide floor transition.

We were so pleased with how easy it was to work with the Allure vinyl plank. Having install hard-floor in our previous house and having to cut each piece with a saw, the Allure planks were easily scored with a razor blade and bent/broken off.

The Grip Strip design was handy over a click-lock type because unlike click-lock where the flooring has to be at a certain angle to install, the Grip Strip can be slid and pressed down into place. This makes going under a counter or under the edge of a slide very easy.
We had to do some pretty intricate cuts up near the vanity and into the toilet room and closet. While time-consuming and precise, we were able to cut the Allure Vinyl Plank to fit all the tight corners and notches.

One of the biggest concerns that we had was that we have a flush side, and we weren’t sure how we were going to have the slide floor meet the main floor.
Our RV has a black plastic ramp that runs the length of the slide. The slide rides up the ramp and in when it is coming in, then slides out and down to sit pretty level with the main floor. Once we had the carpet out and could examine the situation, we found that there was a strip of plywood that covered a 2 inch gap between the plastic ramp and the slide floor. That plywood was just covered by the carpet and butted up to the foam carpet padding on the slide, so you didn’t really notice it. With the hard floor, we had to figure out a way to bridge this gap and make a smooth transition.
We decided to take one of the vinyl planks and put it over the gap. We did some tests with it and we determined that while it did have a little big of flex when you pushed down on that gap, overall it was pretty rigid and would do the trick. It would allow us to have this clean transition from the slide to the main floor.
Because this is a floating floor, we glued the first edge piece onto the slide floor so that it wouldn’t go anywhere and made sure it came to the point we wanted it to. We used Hard As Nails glue.
The major drawback to this design is that when the slide is pulled in, it leaves a section of the plank hanging out over the edge without any support. We must be very careful when the side is in to not step on the plank because it probably will not hold up.

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RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move

RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move
Source: www.mortonsonthemove.com

RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move.

RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move
Source: www.mortonsonthemove.com

RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move.

RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move
Source: www.mortonsonthemove.com

RV Flooring Options to Make Your Camper Feel Like Home - Mortons on the Move.

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