as you can see this new style in marine carpet looks just like the expensive decks you see that require continuous cleaning and scrubbing to look good. this carpet is made in australia and now available here in the states. this new carpet comes with a new marine backing which actually looks like there is no backing.
i have to replace a section of my cabin floor. it is teak and holly, 3/8 thick. i need a piece approximately 5.5 ft. x 2 ft. i did a quick web search and it looks like i have to purchase a 4 x 8 sheet which will be expensive $200 , not to mention the shipping.
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the demand for a pleasant looking, durable truly marine all weather carpet is understandable given the advantages it brings in temperature and sound insulation, the ease with which a synthetic carpet can be cleaned, and the cost comparison with traditional boat and outdoor floor coverings such as cork and teak. teak carpet looks and feels like
in recent years, pvc has also shown up in the form of synthetic teak decking. it looks and feels amazingly like natural teak, and has some distinct advantages over natural teak in terms of
i though it was plasteak that sold the teak n holley like material in wide rolls but it looks like that are now selling it in 6' wide rolls. i've seen it on a few boats, it's pretty nice and looks like the real thing. i haven't seen their teak n caulk decking installed, but had seen the samples, which looked pretty good.
i'm looking to install laminate flooring on my 26' command bridge. does anybody have any suggestions as to installation, product type, materials etc? should i install it floating with foam underneath just like residential? any suggestions / experiences appreciated. thanks,