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Monaco Dynasty in for New Flooring.  We installed Patcraft Crossover Luxury Vinyl Planks throughout coach.  Check out before and after photos.

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Looks great! Did it have an extra layer of subfloor under the tile? Man ours was a bear to get out. That tile is literally cemented to the floating subfloor LOL 

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Thank you all!   Taking up the tile is tough.   2 Days and air chisel we got it up.   Carpet is pretty easy to remove compared to the tile.   Cost varies depending on what you have and what you want done.   Please go to my website www.texasrvflooringanddesigns.com you can see more of my work there and submit for a quote.  Thanks again 

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God Bless you Brent.

I have done one floor and I can promise you I wont ever do it again. It is not a job for an older guy with a body that has been abused for many years. I had aches and pains for 2 days afterwards and ate pain killers like skittles. It drove home that old saying " If I knew I was going to live this long - I would have taken better care of myself ". It is a job better left for you " kids ". Wait till you get older Brent. Your knees and back will remind you of every floor you ever replaced when you were younger.

Good job. The floors look great.

 

 

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Thank you very much!   Some days its tough but then I look at my dad Ernie in his 70's and still installing flooring in coaches.  I think that is the reason he's in such good shape.   I pray in 20 years I am as in good of shape as he is.   He is such an inspiration to me.  Thank you again.   

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On 4/14/2021 at 11:32 PM, JDCrow said:

Looks great! Did it have an extra layer of subfloor under the tile? Man ours was a bear to get out. That tile is literally cemented to the floating subfloor LOL 

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On 4/16/2021 at 10:13 PM, Texas RV Flooring & Design said:

Thank you very much!   Some days its tough but then I look at my dad Ernie in his 70's and still installing flooring in coaches.  I think that is the reason he's in such good shape.   I pray in 20 years I am as in good of shape as he is.   He is such an inspiration to me.  Thank you again.   

 

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No, we didn't have an extra layer of subfloor to remove.   This bus here was a 2000 and tile wasn't to bad to come up but I am working on a 2001 Dynasty and the tile on this one is extremely hard to come up...two days and air chisel.  I got it up.   

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