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Old 04-30-2018, 04:42 PM   #1
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Source for vinyl tiles in 2017 model

We would like to replace the carpet in front of the TV/Fireplace with matching tile. We have the Urban Clay cabinets with the "Dove" decor. One of the Redwood brochures indicates it is a Congoleum product so that narrows it down to only a few dozen possibilities If anyone has attempted this I would be interested in the model/color of the tile and how the install was done.
Any feedback is very much appreciated.
'17 Redwood 36RL and '19 GMC Sierra 3500 DRW for retirement "snow-birding" and travel! Me, wife and 2 small dogs.
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Old 06-20-2018, 10:35 PM   #2
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I thought I would provide an update to my quest to find the vinyl tiles used in our Redwoods. I am planning to replace the LR carpet by continuing the tile up to the sofa as is done in the '18+ models.
Here is what I found:
The tile is called "Elements of Nature" and there are several distributors listed on the web site ( I worked with Ben at Posey Supply (Ben Gilbreath <>). He indicated he would be willing to help any other Redwood owners that are interested in obtaining the matching tiles.

The best way to identify the name of the tile used in your Redwood is to use the Trekwoods RV Parts site search fields (Trekwood RV Parts - The only place online to purchase Keystone RV Replacement Parts) by picking "Redwood", your model year, "decor", and then "Flooring". This should show the vinyl tiles choices used. If you identify the name of the tile you have then you can find that name on the "Elements of Nature" website and contact Ben (or anther distributor).

The tiles (16" x 16") come in boxes of 20 pieces which is about 36 sf. The tile is priced at $32 per box (vs. $211 on Trekwood) . They also sell Glue by the gallon to use with the tile but you can probably pick that up at a local home store. Of course shipping the material to you might be the largest expense depending on your location and distance from a distributor.

I am in no rush to do this job at the moment but I will post some pics of the details of the installation when I get to it later this year.
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Old 06-21-2018, 03:08 PM   #3
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