Hey, thanks for the reply's. I really used to hate laminate flooring and swore i would never get it again after having it in my last house. But when i was shopping for flooring for my house we came across this stuff. It locks extremely well and has its own foam backing. It's 12mm thick with a 25 year warranty on it. We have never seen laminate at this quality before and i could replace the entire floor 2x over and still be less then the hardwood that looked the same. I get people who come in my house and say wow i love the new hardwood... my wife and i giggle and say no its laminate. The only reason i can tell is that you notice its floating in some areas where with hardwood you would not experience that.
My biggest concern too was the temperature changing. Moisture does effect it and it says so on the box. I am planning on spray foaming the under side of the bus flooring to give it some good insulation and i think i am going to remove most of the side windows too. It will help keep it dryer in there. For the cost $0 and i could replace it again in 5 years for 100$ or so is what makes me like the idea. So that's the tough decision.
Nat its funny i just saw that rubberized flooring at PA the same day you posted the link. Weird how life works like that hehe.
I picked up a sand blaster at PA for 50% off, going to use it to clean up the frame and rims/hubs because before i bought it the bus sat in long grass for 4 months so it started flaking. just looks bad but it comes off pretty quick with a wire brush but this will help get in the corners etc and that way i don't have to take the back wheels off to clean up the 5 spoke. They can take them off when it goes for safety!!!
20gal Pressurized Blaster, Under sink shut offs.
My wife and i also took up archery (Re-curve, Traditional instinctive shooting) Its a lot of fun as there is a range near my house. its a great date activity!!!! hehe.
Archery, Flooring & making my wife happy
with new fridge and stove! If i keep her happy she supports anything i every want to do...