Originally Posted by Fepurdy
I'm not ready to replace the whole floor yet but it's getting there I've tried contacting customer service at Jayco to see if they have any insight on it once they get back to me that I make the decision on which way to go
Pull up the vinyl flooring. It's seen better days anyway and seems to be loose.
Saw out and remove the soft areas. On mine it looks like about a 4x6 ft section and maybe a 2x4 ft section in front of the entry door, the main traffic areas. That should expose the floor frame members and show if it's actually water damage (which I doubt). I think a circular saw would do the job.
Install marine plywood. I think the floor is a little over an inch thick so it'll take a couple layers or maybe just shim the replacement plywood to make it match the height of the remaining floor.
Install new sheet vinyl flooring. Done!
Should be a piece of cake, right?
Plan B...Sell/trade it for a newer and slightly bigger trailer (this might actually be Plan A
Please post what you hear from Jayco, if anything.