The first issue that is worthy of mention is that vinyl tile flooring currently looks a lot better than it did earlier than. Now right here comes the question, can I use aluminum L-brackets riveted to the tubing to support the plywood or ought to I use simply wood and screwed to the aluminum as a help for the ground. I used to be fascinated about using vinyl tile but after studying here about the considerations about adhesion in chilly climates I’m rethinking this option.
I eliminated as much body/cabinets as doable and seen a good clue as to where to search out rotted wooden – if the screws were utterly rusted off or heavily corroded then the ground was most likely not good in that spot! With the front seats removed I can see the front wall panel of the camper has some rot at the bottom however it seems extra like it was from contact with the ground than from water coming down.
The camper will never be used or moved in the extreme cold and I really don’t need to do battle with a roll of vinyl so if you happen to hear anything about adhesive backed vinyl tile success in extremes please let your readers know. Since I live in the deep south I cannot vouch for vinyl tile’s longevity in colder climates, Dave. We plan to place in peel and stick vinyl planks, and will go with your adhesive recommendation.
We did use a glue activator on the tile in this article’s project and it was very difficult to remove some mishapen tiles through the installation. I am going to have to check out the Nylosheet because it feels like has the potential for an important replacement flooring. With the brand new layer of flooring placed atop the laminated foam it must be even stronger than the unique flooring.