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Old 02-27-2021, 04:38 PM   #1
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Re flooring square feet

I have a 2012 CrossroadsSunset Trail Reserve 31BH that has the bedroom in the front and living room and when you walk in the front door and at the back on the left side is the bathroom and in the back there is the bunk beds room for the kids. I’m putting a picture of the floor plan just wondering if anyone know what the square feet of flooring is in this trailer I want to replace the flooring this summer. I would go out and measure it myself but the trailer is in storage and I want to start looking at flooring for it now.
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Old 02-28-2021, 02:36 PM   #2
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It should be fairly straight forward. You have a 31 foot camper that is 8 feet or less wide, or about 250 square feet. Depending on what type of material you are installing, you should add 20% for waste, or about 50 square feet.
That puts you at roughly 300 square feet. This does not account for the slides. Are you going to re-floor the slides?
Keep in mind, anything you put down cannot be very much thicker than what you have, because the slides have to come over it.
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I’m inclined to agree with Doug above, but I would just use 250sq-ft. If you won’t be going under the cabinets, the 20% waste factor will likely be negated by the loss of area under the cabinets, bed, shower, closets, etc.
This of course does not include the slide floors which you’ll have to consider
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Old 03-07-2021, 04:04 PM   #4
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Can you suggest the minimum thickness of interlock flooring that I can use inside the trailer I’m leaving the carpet on the slide out.
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