When your boat floor starts to show its age, you may start to surf the web for replacement options. And there are plenty of them out there! All Vinyl Fabrics’ range of marine-grade vinyl flooring is perfect for any boat. But before you take the plunge, read on for a few things to consider before replacing your boat flooring.
What Are You Replacing—and Why?
What does your boat floor look like right now? If you’ve currently got carpeting on that boat floor, it may have sustained water damage over the years. Even vinyl flooring is susceptible to rot! Whatever flooring options you’ve chosen for your boat, examine your floor for signs of mold or rot. Mold loves dark, damp places.
Who Will Replace It?
If you’re not the DIY type and aren’t handy with tools, you can think about hiring a professional to replace your boat flooring. There are upsides and downsides to both options; doing it yourself will save money, but hiring a professional ensures a top-quality job. Choose the route that best fits your lifestyle and needs.
What Will Your New Floor Look Like?
If you’ve spent the last few years with a carpeted boat floor and want to spruce it up, look at some marine-grade vinyl flooring for inspiration. Choose colors and styles that complement the rest of your boat and make you smile. Once you’ve picked out the vinyl flooring that’s right for you, don’t forget the adhesive! Make sure you pick up the marine-grade stuff. Epoxy and resin are popular choices.
Take the mystery out of replacing your boat floors by taking stock of what you’ve got and choosing a replacement you feel confident about. It’s a big project, but All Vinyl Fabrics is at your side with a wide variety of flooring options. These three things to consider before replacing your boat flooring will steer you in the right direction as you begin your endeavor.