There are several motorhome flooring options in the market for clients who want to replace or upgrade their floors. When choosing a flooring option, it is important to take into consideration the planning, design and ultimate installation of the same.
Vinyl tiles are very popular and tend to resemble natural products such as slate, marble and travertine. They are readily available in a variety of colors and patterns. They are less expensive than ceramic tiles and also have the distinct advantage of having a lower profile which can be very critical when making certain installations, because they are manufactured using 75% limestone, they are quite durable and are also softer and warmer under the foot. It is waterproof and is best installed by getting glued on a smooth surface.
Solid hardwood is also a good flooring option for any motorhome. The choices readily available are usually made from Ash, maple or solid Oak. Most solid hardwood floors are usually 1/2” thick and are usually nailed to the sub floor. Removing scratches and scuffs is rather difficult though.
Another available choice for your motorhome is an engineered wood floor. This type of floor allows you to get all the wood varieties and rich colors available with hardwood but in manmade planks which are not really solid wood. They are usually constructed using layers of wood that are cross grained, this makes then not only sturdy and strong, but they are also resistant to warping and shrinking. The resin that’s applied between the layers makes it an ideal choice for motorhomes because the planks are resistant to changes in humidity and temperature. The top layer of this type of wood is usually 1/8th thick layer of solid hardwood and it is at this layer where you find the wood variety of choice that blends with your motorhome space.
Laminate is a good option for motorhome owners who want the latest looks both in design and fashion but are on a tight budget. With this type of flooring, you enjoy more flooring trends such as realistic stone or textured wood but rather than the real material, an image layer which is usually a high quality photograph of the material you desire is usually layered at the top. This top most layer is usually a clear coat layer that provides protection from stains, color fading and abrasions. The midsection is usually made from compressed high density fiberboard (HDF) which is further injected with polymers and resins. They are more dent resistant, are more durable and easier to maintain. The planks are usually click clocked together.
Vinyl sheet is another good option if cost considerations are a major factor. It is a very versatile flooring option that when combined with the latest embossing and printing technology allows motorhome owners to enjoy the superior look of more expansive natural products such as stone, slate and woods. The floor is durable and resistant to scratches, scuffs and stains. With vinyl sheet, you are bound to get all the decorating and color styles you may require to coordinate all your motorhome furnishings accordingly.
Carpets are also a popular flooring option for motorhomes. The main fibers used to make carpets are smart strand, polyester and nylon. Polyester carpets are color fast because they are dyed even though they are softer and much more stylish. Smart Strand is an environmentally friendly fiber for carpet made from corn husks while nylon carpets are abrasion resistant and wear well.
Here are some popular motorhome flooring options readily available in the market at affordable prices. These include:
1) Product Name: Kronotex super quality Nevada Oak 10mm Laminate
Product Details: adopting a glue down installation method, this is a great way of bringing a carpet into your motorhome. It features a double layer backing and a loop construction. It is easy to install and maintain.
5) Product Name: Bellawood Engineered Red Oak Quick Click Engineered
Product Details: features a multi-ply- cross layered wood core and a solid three millimeter thick dry sawn top layer. The construction design offers more stability for relatively wide planks. They are also less susceptible to dryness and moisture.
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