You already know that if you lay down a new floor over an existing one, the Application takes care of removing the former one for you. What about if you need to definitively remove the current floor coverings, without applying a new one? When you are in the Navigation window, click the right mouse button on the floor, and select the command Delete tiling. In case you have a multi-room project, you can delete the entire project’s floor by selecting the Delete button you find in the Navigation-Wall section of the Ribbon (see image).
Check the Floor and Furnishings controls, and click OK.
Note that Furnishings has to be checked in order to delete the doors sill coverings; this procedure, indeed, will also delete the coverings on objects such as countertops, steps, etc… So, be careful not to check Furnishings control if you have some coverings on objects too, and you want to keep them: better to manually remove the sills coverings by clicking the right mouse button over them and select: Delete.
This article is valid for DomuS3D® 2017 and later versions