ATYPICAL: Heard complaints that bunk-house/toy-areas are poorly insulated & noisy?
I'm not afraid to ask ab unconventional question just to collect whatever anecdotes I can as I consider my options in buying my fifth-wheel:
I'm considering 34' to 40' fifth-wheels where I'd like to create an ample office area separate from my living room if possible. But I hear complaints that bunk-houses are sometimes poorly insulated, especially if they also have the large cargo door. I assume, however, that the nature of the space would make supplementary insulation and paneling an easy DIY job. Just wondering if re-modelers have any experiences to share in converting such to office space.
Alternatively, I've thought of bracing the area for a small baby grand piano, and putting my office in the main living area. I assume the bunk house would be easier to supplement with floor bracing. I have a lot of flexibility in what RV I buy.
[Keep in mind that my RV will be parked in one area permanently for full-time living.]
FT'er,38' 5W/ToyHauler but no toys; rural eastern Texas 140mi.from Houston coastline.[On-grid gray/black-water code-compliant.] Interested in feedback re: climate/mold issues, vermin/pests/coyotes, energy-conservation tech & experiments, passive solar, RV security.