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Message posted by jorgthegreat on 13/1/2019 at 8:14am
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Hi. Taking a seasonal pitch for first time and would like a comfy awning floor.   Thinking of combo of groundsheet, interlock tiles and carpet. Will be hard standing. What does everyone else do?

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We use interlocking tiles (from Aldi) and a rug on top.

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Thanks. Do you put them straight onto the ground or do you have a groundsheet below?

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We use a think plastic (double layer), foam tiles and then a groundsheet on top of them. Worked well for last 4 years on hard standing

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Hi, We work on a campsite and live in the awning. To be comfy we have 1 inch, 8 foot x 4 foot polystyrene sheets directly on the ground then 8 x4 sheets of osb ply, then cheap bit of carpet from ebay. Screw awning ladders into ply job done.

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I use a thick tarpaulin doubled over with rubber interlocking tiles on top and then a carpet that covers the main living area.

I can walk on any part of it, carpet or not, in bare feet

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Quote: Originally posted by CREAKY on 19/1/2019
Hi, We work on a campsite and live in the awning. To be comfy we have 1 inch, 8 foot x 4 foot polystyrene sheets directly on the ground then 8 x4 sheets of osb ply, then cheap bit of carpet from ebay. Screw awning ladders into ply job done.



Will they pass a fire test, polystyrene has a bad record for not being fire retardant.
We going seasonal this year and are looking for comfort and any ideas
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