What’s the best replacement flooring for manufactured homes?
We are looking to install laminate, wood, bamboo, tile or other flooring alternative instead of the sheet goods that will come with our new manufactured home. Do you have any suggestions or recommendations? This flooring will cover the marriage line between the two halves of the unit, which is the area that concerns me the most.
Suggestion by howuluddat
i would simply say plywood, i’ve used it in mine and it worked well.
Suggestion by smackheadphatdaddy
For me, when the carpeting would get too bloody, I would find it easiest to just move into another home in the trailer park. The beauty of trailer parks is neighbors not only don’t really pay much attention but usually they don’t care much about their neighbors either. The trick here is you can’t make the original occupants bleed when you take them out, so it is best to find a trailer with only one person in it, ’cause otherwise you probably end up fighting SOMEONE or knifing them or shooting them or something else messy like that.
So, your best bet is strangulation or a sock full of nickels and a quick trip to the gravel quarry.
Suggestion by Handy but Perplexed
Once your home has been placed on site and finished you can use any type of flooring you’d like. I would however stay clear of ceramic as any deflection of your home’s floor will cause cracks in it. All other flooring has a degree of give that should work fine in your home.
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