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Old 04-26-2013, 07:38 AM   #1
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Hi there folks,
As some have read in my earlier posts I am renovating the interior my 92 Gulfstream Ultra Limited and replacing the roof. Im getting my supplies ready for the roof so when the weather breaks here in Upstate NY I can hit the ground running and get it done. Im looking at ridgid insulation right now to replace what is bad in the roof. My question is should I be looking at PolyISO insulation with 1 side foil faced to help reflect the heat or go with sheets of ridgid pink XPS insulation??? Thanks to all that reply.

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i have a class b project i just started and it will get stripped out and the pitiful glass insulation will be replaced with foil faced high density foam to maximize the comfort level in the coach.
foil faced insulation is the only way to go dollar for dollar that layer of foil will reject heat better then anything else on the market that is affordable at this time.
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Thanks,
There blue ridgid foam in there now but im not sure how much was damaged by the leaking roof. thanks for the info. Mike


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i have a class b project i just started and it will get stripped out and the pitiful glass insulation will be replaced with foil faced high density foam to maximize the comfort level in the coach.
foil faced insulation is the only way to go dollar for dollar that layer of foil will reject heat better then anything else on the market that is affordable at this time.
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