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Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Westmorland County, Pa.
Hi All !
Need some advice here. I have a camp up near Sheffield, that I haven’t used much at all. So, things kind of got away from me. When I went up to check on things, as I crossed the floor I noticed “it’s kinda’ soft”, maybe the support post gave out. Well ……. It wasn’t the support post, the entire floor is dry rotted !!! I believe I know what I want to do, but my question to all of you is; how would you go about replacing the entire floor? And - Would you use regular lumber, or got with pressure treated? The camp is 20’x20’ with a 12x8 addition, and sits about 1 1/2’ above ground. Thankfully the addition floor is still good, but for how long? What would be best material to you use for a floor, and what would you use to insulate the floor
So, what words of wisdom / advice might you all have to offer?
-OR- Should I just fold it all up?