Is it possible to make a ten-year-old RV feel brand new? We believed so, and the week after we brought our 2008 Tiffin Allegro Open Road home for the first time, we decided to update the flooring.
Our 2008 Tiffin Allegro Open Road came with stick-on vinyl flooring squares that looked like tile, and the carpet was beige, stained, and worn out. We researched the DIY methods, but ultimately decided to take our RV to a local carpet shop for the installation. M and M Carpets did an incredible job, and their price was nearly half of what I was quoted from an RV interior renovation shop. For the carpet, we chose Mohawk Homefront II Rustic Beam. The vinyl flooring is Tarkett Magnitude Corawood Shadow. M and M Carpets has experience installing flooring in RVs, and it only took them two days to complete the job. (This is not a sponsored blog post nor did we receive any type of discount, we’re just really happy with M and M Carpets!)
The new carpet and vinyl flooring makes our ten-year-old RV feel shiny and new, and we’re totally happy with the materials we chose. If you’re looking to update the flooring in your own RV and live in Southern California, definitely reach out to M and M Carpets for a quote. Or contact your local carpet shop to see if they offer RV carpet and vinyl installation.