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Old 01-29-2019, 05:07 AM   #1
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Motorhome Floor Insulation

Has anyone had any success insulating the floor on their Motorhome? My 310 doesnít have an underbelly, and has zero insulation. I was thinking about stapling some of that reflective bubble wrap stuff under the floor areas. A previous owner used some spray foam in the basement compartments, but the floors are ice cubes when itís cold.
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Old 01-29-2019, 05:29 AM   #2
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You are camping in the wrong places....I use the tires to keep warm.

Move to where it’s 75 outside.







But seriously, I replaced carpet in half of mine and doubled the padding. It helped some.


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We are, but the nights get a little cold down here in Florida.
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I've got my 310 in the subzero polar vortex right now, the floors are about 40 degrees, so I put on slippers

Many have insulated under their floors, I've got 2 inch thick rockwool I'm going to install when I get around to it, others have just used the foil backed foam board from the hardware store with good success.
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A quickie method may be to put padding under your carpeting
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