Author Topic: Replaceing floor carpet and tile  (Read 9662 times)

David Fischer

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Replaceing floor carpet and tile
« on: August 31, 2010, 06:42:27 PM »
We have a 1997 Beaver Marquis and the time has come to at least replace the carpet and possibly the tile.  We are now in South Carolina and not planning to head west until spring, so anywhere in the southeast would be ok.  Can anyone recommend an outfit so we can get some idea what we are looking at price wise.
Thanks for any ideas and help in anyway.
David & Sharon Fischer
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Richard And Babs Ames

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Re: Replaceing floor carpet and tile
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2010, 08:12:48 PM »
There are two places in Lakeland, FL that does floor work. Classic Coach

http://www.classiccoachworks.com/

Creative Coajhttp://www.creativecoach.com/

And Wade RV http://www.waderv.com/ on site at Lazy Days close to Tampa

We had TV's done by Classic Coach Works and they do a lot of floor work. I got a body estimate from Classic Coach a few weeks ago and they were a bit high compared to Lazy Days Paint and Body. Wade gave us an estimate on recovering the front seats and was reasonable.

Classic Coach works told me a refloor runs arround $6,000 (all tile) a year ago.from the front to the BR on our 40' 1997 Patriot with a single slide

David Fischer

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Re: Replaceing floor carpet and tile
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2010, 01:32:35 AM »
Thanks for the information.  I've contacted Classic Coach Works and will contact the others that you have mentioned.  We need new flooring for starters and some paint work as well so it will be nice to contact the other companies to get some comparisons on pricing.

As you see we have a '97 Marquis with the one slide as well.  Did you have both TV's redone to flat screen?  

Appreciate your time in answering.

Richard And Babs Ames

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Re: Replaceing floor carpet and tile
« Reply #3 on: September 02, 2010, 01:48:07 AM »
Classic Coach Works replaced the front TV with a 27 inch LCD several years ago and it looks like the ones on their web site. In the rear we covered the recess and externally mounted a LCD TV/DVD that can be removed and hooked up from the bay hook up outside.

We actually gained head room over the drivers seat (about 4") with a larger TV due to the format.