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forums.iboats.com/.../238071-replacing-boat-floor

Re: Replacing Boat Floor it will cost 3 times as much to have someone do it. depends on your carpentry ability, and how much you hate to get dirty. it is a messy dusty job. also, it depends on just how much you like the 22 year old bayliner. you will not recoup the cost of replacing the deck. if you sell it. you have to write it off as deferred ...

answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100207192359AARJmEA

How much would it cost to replace the floor in my boat? ... There is a good reason why this type of work costs a bit to get done, it is dirty, dangerous and requires good panel fit and good quality materials. The minimum requirement for commercial work subject to commercial survey or insurance claims is Vinylester resin, but epoxy is more ...

www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbEPkYLj4Do

DescriptionThis DIY video shows how to fix a rotten boat floor. The text book way of replacing the floor is to remove the consoles, seat boxes and remove all the original plywood floor. Then ...

www.boatdesign.net/threads/newby-replacing-aluminum-boats-floor.21889

This is a common subject on every site, what to do with a sole (floor) in an aluminum boat. You can go all the way with the best materials and it may last a very long time, but if you only need it to last 5 years or so you can get by at a very low cost.

www.doityourself.com/stry/4-mistakes-to-avoid-when-repairing-a-rotting-boat-floor

A boat floor is not meant to have nails in it and doing so weakens the structure. It also creates spaces where water can get deeper into the boat, the floor, and other areas. Even a gap as small as a nail head can wreak havoc on an otherwise healthy boat so when replacing flooring, avoid nailing altogether.

www.bassresource.com/bass-fishing-forums/topic/19213-replacing-boat-flooring

What type of boat is it? Just how much of the floor is soft? If it's just a spot or two the sections can be cut out and replaced and then carpeted over, if you're talking about the entire floor being soft you've got a fairly big job. Here's a place that can give you an idea on floor repair and replacement.

goneoutdoors.com/replace-floor-boat-5170038.html

Over time, boat floors begin to show wear and tear from repeated exposure to the elements, specifically water. The need for a new boat floor becomes inevitable when the floor has a soft, spongy feel that is a sure sign of dry rot. However, the need for replacing a boat floor does not mean the end of your boating days.

www.doityourself.com/stry/how-to-replace-fiberglass-boat-flooring

Fiberglass boat flooring replacement is a common procedure that a lot of boat aficionados perform to restore their boats and keep them in good shape.After years of use, flooring can get damaged, particularly if left exposed to all weather conditions for a long time. Therefore, it will need replacing.

betterboat.com/pontoon/pontoon-flooring

An End to the Classic Pontoon Flooring Debate: Carpet or Vinyl? Share 10. Tweet. Pin 7. ... Now, there was once a time when the only other option for boat flooring aside from carpeting was slick, slippery vinyl, that was the same as that pressed linoleum found on kitchen floors. ... If you’re replacing old boat carpeting, take notice of the ...

cabinlife.com/articles/article/replace-your-pontoon-floor

How to Replace Your Pontoon Floor Is the floor on your pontoon soft, carpet moldy and rotting, and you’re wondering if the next wave you hit might buckle your party barge in two? Then it’s time to replace your pontoon's floor.