Metal divider strip between carpet and linoleum in late model trailers?
OK, I did a search for the answer to these questions, but couldn't find anything.
So, my questions are, in a late model Airstream Classic, does the linoleum cover the entire trailer floor under the carpet? In other words, if you pull the carpet up, is there linoleum under there?
Also, there is an aluminum threshold type strip at the edge of the carpet at the transition from linoleum to carpet, and how is it held down? If it has tabs, or screws, how big are the holes left in the linoleum?
If the linoleum covers the entire floor, I am considering removing the carpet, and then filling the holes with similar colored wood putty.
Anyone have any experience, or ideas on this subject? Thanks in advance for any information you may have.
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