Flooring is the foundation of good interior design and protection from water and weather. It’s also one of the quickest ways to update your home (though not the cheapest or most straightforward). And while you absolutely can install tile in a mobile or manufactured home, there are a few things you need to know when it comes to choosing flooring options for mobile homes.
First, your mobile home is probably not going to be perfectly square. To be fair, you’re not going to find too many square walls or floors in an older site-built home, either. Manufactured homes usually need to be re-leveled every few years (at least checked to make sure it’s not unlevel), but many homeowners don’t know about that. Settling usually occurs in the first year or two after installation, and if it’s not fixed, there will be stress on the home’s structure.
Secondly, subflooring plays a massive factor in choosing the right flooring for your mobile home. Some of the older and lower-end model mobile homes have subflooring made from sponges (not really, but they may as well be). They often used a product made from sawdust and glue, and it does not stand up against water well at all.
If you want to install tile in your master bath, you will likely need to upgrade your subflooring. The same goes for real wood flooring.
Our selection of LVP flooring is perfect for any mobile home or manufactured home. Kitsap Mobile Home Outfitters in Bremerton Washington has a wide variety of Mobile Home Flooring. Contact us today to find out what we have in stock and available for pickup or delivery.
Kitsap Mobile Home Outfitters in Bremerton Washington has a wide variety of Mobile Home Flooring. Contact us today to find out what we have in stock and available for pickup or delivery.
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3667 Chico Way Northwest, Chico, Washington 98312, United States
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