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Old 10-29-2014, 07:51 PM   #1
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sacmp 16 footer square footage?

Hey Guys,

anyone know how many square feet a scamp 16 would be? I am replacing the floor with hardwood laminate and needing to know how much to buy. Thanks!!!
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Old 10-29-2014, 10:31 PM   #2
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Hummm, depends on the layout....
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I just cancelled my reply when I realized that you meant that you were replacing the flooring and NOT the floor!
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Hi Andrew, it's not hard to figure. Measure length by the width overall for the square footage. Be sure to add about 5-10% for miss cuts and possible repairs. Not sure how much comes in a box or case but way to much is never a bad thing. It would be a bummer if you needed to fix something later and it's been long discontinued. I did the same thing way back in a class A and had a bunch left over. Over the years I used the wood strips for a bunch of small projects. Just the old 2 cents worth from a long ago flooring installer.
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When doing a small flooring project like an FGRV you will usually need to allow more than 5-10% extra material to your requirements because there are a greater % of cuts vs the size of the job than in a typical 10x12 room. I use 50% extra as a figure and seldom have more than a few pieces left over. As Dave mentioned, you will also want to save the spares for future repairs.

BTW: Water plays havoc with most laminate flooring. As little as a spilled glass of water can ruin a complete RV floor if allowed to sit overnight. Be sure to get the kind rated for wet installation areas.
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