Most campers or used rvs for sale have vinyl flooring. Vinyl is lightweight and durable, which makes it perfect for a camper. If you have an older camper, your vinyl flooring may be a little outdated. It may even be stained or cracked. Replacing your old vinyl flooring can be done fairly easily, but it will take a little bit of time. See below for instructions on how to replace your old camper flooring to give it a more modern look.
Having water end up on your floor after taking a shower is a minor inconvenience. It can potentially damage your floor, walls and cause major structural damage. There are three types of ways that water can make its way out of your tub: splashing out past the door or curtain, leaking from the fixtures, or through the walls.
Keeping the Floor Dry
The best way to avoid accidental splashing from your shower and tub is to use a solid door on a track.
Water damage is a serious problem in your home and, if left alone, can lead to mold and structural damage. If you have a leaking pipe or experienced a flood, it is important to clean the mess up quickly. Protecting your home from water damage is easy with the following six tips.
Watch the Water Bill
Although it may sound odd, keeping an eye on your water bill is one way to quickly identify and prevent water damage.
Oh, the weather outside is frightful...but if you're not careful, when all that snow thaws and turns into water, it can flood and severely damage your property. Costing thousands of dollars each year in damages, flooding can render your home and possessions dirty, diseased, and sometimes even unsalvageable. To avoid this headache and keep your home and hearth safe even while the snowdrifts thaw, you may want to employ some of these tactics for protecting against water damage.
Brown lawns, advisories to limit water use, and even higher food costs – if you live in an area hit by drought, you're probably all too familiar with these consequences. What you may not know, however, is that drought can also mean serious problems for homes and other buildings. With large parts of the U.S. experiencing droughts in recent years, it's more important than ever to keep an eye on your house's foundation.