Mobile home floor repair involves getting rid of weak or soft spots in the floor that threaten to collapse when stepped on, according to Do It Yourself. Although a particle board cannot be fixed when it gets damaged, a person can undo the damage by laying down a new, sturdy floor that can withstand water and other damage.
A particle board often becomes soggy when it gets wet. A person can cut out soft spots or holes and replace them with plywood. This involves redoing the whole floor in the room and laying down plywood on top of the old floor. This way, a person does not have to replace another section of the particle board if further water damage occurs in a few months. If a homeowner wants to cover the new floor with linoleum, he should use wood filler to smooth out gaps or knots in the new flooring and sandpaper to smooth out the wood filler.
The necessary materials for repairing a mobile home floor include a hammer, a tape measure, a jigsaw or circular saw, safety glasses, a pencil and a carpenter's square, states Do It Yourself. It is important to move all furniture out of the room before starting the repair to accomplish the task more quickly.