George Vondriska

Repairing the Floor

George Vondriska
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Uh oh… Trouble in paradise! Turns out there were some bad spots in the floor. You never really know what you’re dealing with until you get to work. We’ll have to replace the plywood and some of the floor joists. Watch to see how we tackle this sticky situation.

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4 Responses to “Repairing the Floor”

  1. Jason Darger

    Hi Jason Darger here with Utah Flooring & Design. I was looking around Flooring & Design earlier today and sure enough, found your post: We offer flooring services that range from hardwood to tile to carpet. Whether you need brand new carpet installation, flooring repair, or a special service like counter top installation, we are your team! - Regards, Jason Darger.

  2. Tim

    Curious what the metal plate was below the floor. Also, was 5/8 plywood the same thickness as the original? How thick was the original plywood? What is your methodology for choosing 5/8 vs. 1/2 or 3/8? Thanks.

  3. Toby H. Pellicci

    My floor has 1/4 ply top foam insulation and the bottom is 1/4 ply .. where do I get that material to fix my floor. Grand Design Imagine 26' says longer season.. so top wet bottom wet cut it open and not sure how far to remove if cant find replacement as the foam insulation is not a standard size usually :) Forgot to mention what type of plank flooring can be used after I fix it. On retailer said material not good below 40 and that would be on the high side storing for the winder.. usually 35 and below. .Buffalo0 NY

  4. Harold Wamsley

    Why did not use treated wood inside the trailer.

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