Replacement flooring; Peel-&-stick, Vinyl planks, Sheet vinyl?
The original owner of our new-to-us 2015 Winnebago Tribute had put Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) floating floor in the bedroom and bathroom of our coach over the original sheet vinyl (no slides involved). It looked really good but I had to pull up the entire LVP floor when a water pump leak spread water between the original vinyl and the floating floor. We discovered the leak when walking on the LVP floor we had water coming up on our feet. The entire area under the floating floor (pun fully intended) was soaked and the only way to dry it was to pull up the click-and-lock LVP. That pretty much ruined the vinyl planks and the underlay pad was torn up to get it out and the "clicks" were mostly broken off.
So now we want to put replace the LVP floor with new flooring on top of the original vinyl. The mechanic who found the leak for us recommends against floating floor, but I'm looking for ideas.
Peel and stick vinyl appeals as an easy solution (DW not fond of the idea), sheet vinyl would also work (probably have to pay to have that done), or is LVP floating floor OK, notwithstanding our literal "floating floor" experience?
New Adventure - 2015 Tribute 27B
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