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badams007

04:12AM | 09/30/04
Member Since: 09/29/04
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I received a grant 2 summers ago to remodel my trailer - yes indeed, I'm trailer trash. We compltetely replaced all the floors with 3/4" plywood instead of the pressboard they come with. Because I have dogs and do some rescue work with puppymill dogs, the contractor recommended medium traffic commercial carpet, though I wanted something less pervious.

Now, 2 yrs later, I can't keep this darned stuff from unraveling at the seams, and just plain can't get it clean.

I need very serious advice about cost-conscious recommendations for an impervious alternative.... go vinyl with area rugs, real tile, laminate or what ???

Thank you very much.

-Beth

badams007

09:23AM | 10/01/04
Member Since: 09/29/04
2 lifetime posts
I REALLY love ceramic tile, but was concerned about the flex in the floor. In fact, the vinyl I put in the kitchen and bathroom is made to resemble 12 x 12 tile...

-B

Floorwizard

10:15AM | 10/02/04
Member Since: 07/21/04
41 lifetime posts
I would be concerned with tile too.

Possible a laminate flooring would be the best, but most trailers use carpet stretched or loose layed in.

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