What's Afoot With What's Underfoot (Slideshow)

Lots of choices for both new and not-so-new houseboats

Published in the August 2013 Issue Published online: Aug 12, 2013 Feature Gary Kramer
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Whether you are ordering a new houseboat or re-furbishing an older one, decisions need to be made about what kind of deck surfaces you want. For older boats, that also frequently involves dealing with deck repairs before a finish can be applied.

Either way, there are a great number of options from time-tested painted surfaces and carpet to more elaborate and costly applications involving new, high-tech formulations and synthetics.

Read about all your flooring options on page 28 of the Sept/Oct issue of Houseboat Magazine!

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