• WW2
    4
    We've had our Class A for a few years now and we've noticed our floor getting a little softer, mainly in the bathroom and hallway. Any information from those of you who have DIY replaced the subfloor in an RV would be greatly appreciated. Ray, thanks for the invitation and thanks for the effort of putting this together.
  • Jerry Emert
    1
    You will probably have a Styrofoam sandwich! They are usually a panel that is made of a thick, 2-3 inch thick Styrofoam sandwiched between two pieces of Luan, a very thin plywood type wood. Do you know where the water was or is coming from? That has to be fixed first. Then you just need to take up as much of the floor that is damaged and replace it. They sell the Styrofoam and Luan at Loews and Home Depot. You have to put it together. I think you can order it at an RV parts dept. already sandwiched. I just bought it at Loews and rebuilt it. It's really pretty easy as scary as it is. Good luck and I hope this helped just a little.
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