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Old 05-30-2015, 06:14 PM   #1
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We gutted my scamp, and tore out the flooring although it was probably the only sound part of the Scamp.

Time to replace it, and in a moment of grandiosity, I thought "Pergo." Before I buy, what have you used when you tear out and replace a floor?

My S13 doesn't have a bathroom, so the only possible water damage would be from the tank and sink. I don't think a laminate would be in much danger, but I bow to your greater knowledge.

Many thanks.

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Old 05-30-2015, 06:18 PM   #2
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Lots of folks use Allure Vinyl Plank flooring. It's a floating floor with grip strips that connect each piece, and it's not susceptible to bubbling up or expanding due to water. Relatively inexpensive too.

It's available in most of the big box stores.


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Old 05-30-2015, 07:27 PM   #3
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Thanks! I actually did try to search the forums in case this had been asked before, and it looks like it has--plenty of times. Still, I really appreciate your response.








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Attachment 84692We just installed a vinyl adhesive plank floor that we purchased from Lowe's - it took one box with 3 leftover pieces. It looks great and is easy to clean!
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In our current Trillium I put in cork tiles and am very pleased with how it looks and feels. In our previous Trill 1300 I put in a Marmoleum floor from a remnant I got at a local flooring supplier. It also made a very nice and durable floor.
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