Originally Posted by Falcon190
I few years ago I had to replace the interior walls of my Class B because of dry rot. I used fiberglass as insulation. The walls were 1/4" plywood, covered with 1/2" marine grade foam. I then covered that with heavy duty marine grade vinyl.
I was amazed at how well it insulated, not only keeping the hot or cold outside from getting inside, but how much more quiet it was. And it looks really nice; made the old van appear very modern and new.
I've since got'n a Class A but still have the old Falcon 190.
That looks nice. A lot nicer than the one a friend of mine had years ago. He had rigged a hose from his water pump up to the grill on his and had a cartoon child's toy there between its legs and had moved the pump switch to the dash board. It was a fun joke but for only so long.
The reason I'm replacing the walls in my MH is because there was a lot of water that came in through the roof. I've replaced the roof so now I'm able to fix the walls, floor and ceiling and while I'm at it, some of the cabinets and wiring as well. A few of my ceiling lights don't have power being supplied to them. I'm guessing corrosion from the water damage.