Are you planning to only use your camper when it’s 72 degrees and sunny with a humidity index of 30% or less? If so, you don’t need to worry about insulating your camper. For the rest of us, who plan to use our campers more than once a year, insulation is critical to keeping your camper livable.
The beginning of just about any camp trailer or van build is the removal of all existing interior components (only behind the front seats for a van). Once you’re working with an empty shell, insulation is job 1. We usually us a combination of 3M Thinsulate and Low-E EZ-Seal Refelectix Insulation. The Thinsulate goes in first using spray contact cement (3M 90). The Reflectix covers the Thinsulate, shiny-side-in. This combination locks in the warmth in the winter and the cool during the summer.
We sell both Thinsulate and Reflectix by the foot. Even better, we know exactly how to install them, so we can walk you through the process and show you examples of how it’s done.
- Reflects 96% of radiant energy
- Easy to install
- Does not require protective clothing or respirators to install
- Class A / Class 1 Fire Rating
- Inhibits condensation
- Resists growth of fungi, mold and mildew
- Non-toxic / non-carcinogenic
- Does not compress, collapse or disintegrate
- Durable and lightweight
- Does not promote nesting of insects or rodents
- Lowers heating and cooling costs year-round
- Vapor and radon retarder
- Not affected by moisture or humidity
- ISO 9001:2015 manufacturing location
Prices are per foot — 48-inch roll.