When using the FG app I can't see the documents...I don't want to ask redundant questions. ..
My Scamp's PO replaced a piece of the floor. The part he replaced is the main floor only. He used fiberboard and 4 self tapping screws to hold it down. My rear floor is original and glassed onto the frame. The front bunkbed area is all original glassed in as well as is the floor under the kitchen cabinet.
My door doesn't seat well and I can see that one of the support blocks is broken. I'm fairly certain that affects the hang of the door. (1983 - 13' Scamp)
Am I understanding correctly that the floor would have been glassed to the frame like the other sections and that this would help to hold the structure square allowing the door to hang/fit more correctly?
I'm hopeful that my ideas for the repairing of PO's unfinished floor are good:
I already bought plywood to replace the fiberboard which had a significant hole. I plan to undercoat that sheet with bedliner first. (BTW I'm painting
the exposed metal with Rustoleum Metal Restore). Then installing the plywood, and fiberglassing the edges/joints to the metal. I am unclear about screwing into the frame although I don't think that I can fiberglass the underside like I see in other areas of my floor. (What would you do?)
I am planning to touch up the fiberglass skim coat on the other parts of the floor. Then to just make it look neat and pretty AND to be sure I have sealed off any allergens (I have been very sensitive), I'm going over the floor with a coat of porch paint
How am I doing so far?