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Old 08-19-2006, 07:59 AM   #1
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how many sq ft pergo for a 34

How many sq ft pergo would I need for a 34 with our without the bedroom.
Need pergo in the front seating also under the couch.
not under the frigde cupboard and badroom
It's for a 32 of 34 .
Don't have the trailor yet , but can get a great deal on some real nice shipsdeck pergo.
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Old 08-19-2006, 08:04 AM   #2
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Depends if you are going to install width or length wise. I bought about 110 square feet for my 31' rear bedroom and then changed my plan to the sideways install. I ended up short about maybe 10 square feet, but used carpet for the bedroom anyway so it worked out. Lots of short little pieces left over. Paid .79 cents a sq ft at Lumber Liquidators.
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Old 08-19-2006, 08:13 AM   #3
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The pergo that I can get is 20 inch long and 2 inch wide.
Teak motiv with a verry thin black outline as you can find on the old ships.
It also realy feels like real wood.
It's on sale now al long stock last now only about 2 usd a sqft instead of 5 usd
It will installed lenght wise.
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Old 08-19-2006, 09:07 AM   #4
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I ran it lengthwise in my 34' motorhome. You'll use more material than the sideway installation but it will look "right" with the teak deck style you have chosen.

I bought enough for about 130 sq feet. in uncut materials and have a little left over.
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Old 08-23-2006, 10:17 AM   #5
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hi im my humble opinion. DONT USE PERGO. I put in a floor in my 2006 CCD
use the best stuff you can find! I used the Armstrong. A little more money but well worth it!
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I have had wilsonart in my home for 9 years. Still looks new.
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hi im my humble opinion. DONT USE PERGO. I put in a floor in my 2006 CCD
use the best stuff you can find! I used the Armstrong. A little more money but well worth it!
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Jetliner... I'm curious didn't your CCD come with the standard textured flooring? Didn't like huh? Did you lay the wood over it? Post a couple of pictures I'd love to see a new CCD with hardwood.
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hi im my humble opinion. DONT USE PERGO. I put in a floor in my 2006 CCD
use the best stuff you can find! I used the Armstrong. A little more money but well worth it!
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Ditto on the Armstrong, I used it in my 34. well worth it. I only spent around
350.00 with the underlayer and molding. I did it myself, looks great.
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