ncluley said:Does anyone know the approximate cost of having carpeting replaced in a motorhome or 5th-Wheel -- just the labor cost, I have the carpeting?
I am just looking for a ballpark figure for planning purposes.
Jim Dick said:I don't know what the costs might be but, when we were thinking about replacing our carpet, we were told to buy the best carpet possible because the majority of the cost was in the labor.
Ned said:That was certainly true in our case. And the carpet in an RV has a very concentrated wear pattern, so it pays to buy the best carpet you can find.
How about using a few pieces of the male part of Velcro? Should stick to the rug.Smoky said:Tom:
I am interested in your comment about the carpet runner.
We tried using a carpet runner for the last month. However we could never find a good way of keeping it tied down to its proper spot. We tried using those adhesive pads under the runner and over the original carpet, but the foot traffic, including the dog, kept moving the runner around. We also tried a rubber underpad. That was even worse because it would start showing after a few minutes of foot traffic.
Yesterday, the Admiral gave up and angrily rolled up the runner and moved it out to the shed.
Did you have this problem and did you find a solution? I would have a very happy Admiral (might get me a few more toys if she got the smile back on her face) if we could get that runner fastened down.