Originally Posted by ken h
Hi Mitch; I recently pulled the subfloor out of my 17' Bigfoot
and it was 1" framing with 1" insulation laminated from the outside glass to the floor which was 1/2" plywood. It was glued and screwed down. Here is a picture of what I did. I just duplicated what was already there and replaced it. I put adhesive between the wood framing and the fibreglass below and put in 1" insulation and then glued foam and frame to the 1/2" plywood on top.
Hope this helps.
Hey Ken !!
Once the snow finally stopped, we found the various hoses for the electrical
actually go all the way around the trailer and not under the floor.We don't think that we will need to remove the floor like you did in yours. We're thinking we will just be putting the laminate on top of the existing floor and the section that moves when you stand on it has never been fastened to the cupboards or the frame ??? There are no signs of water stains or lifting on the lino or cupboard area or anywhere else.Was the floor on your trailer in bad shape ? Is there some other way to check the floor for damage besides ripping the lino out ??
Thanks for your photos and your info. It helps to know what the layers are before we start to take things apart and possibly make holes in the various tanks below. Kindest regards, Mitch