Some trailer brands have full molded FG undersides. I know that Casita
and Lil Snoozy
are like this. Not sure if there are others. I'm wondering whether these eggs incorporate drain holes into the bottoms?
Most floor problems result from water leaks
up above (leaking water lines, leaks
and vents, that sort of thing). Trapped water could rot the interior flooring. And standing water that has no place to go could perhaps cause mold problems, too. So I was wondering what these mfrs do, if anything, to allow trapped water to escape
When I toured the Eggcamper
facility a few years back, Jim Palmer made a point to show me how he coats the tops of his wood floors with resin, and that seemed like a pretty good way to keep the floor good. With a wood bottom, water can seep out through even tiny gaps or seams.