This is my first post!
My partner and I recently bought a 1974, 31' Sovereign
We are renovating it to be our year round home.
We have reached the crossroads of deciding whether we are or are not redoing the 40 year old insulation. If so, how much, where, and with what products.
We are intending to install a small wood stove for heat.
We have a tear in the rear belly panel that we can either patch or use as motivation for removing the entire underbelly and relaying insulation.
We're thinking rigid foam.
It'll be a lot of effort to redo the whole belly, so we'd like the weighty opinion of some of you before trying it out.
Our first question is: Have you replaced the belly insulation? How significantly did this improve the trailers over all insulation?
Our second question regards the trailer walls and ceiling.
We do not want to remove wall panels.
Spray in insulation is our best plan so far.
Who has sprayed in insulation without removing walls or the entire center ceiling panel? How did you work around the "perlins" and "ribs"? How did you access the the wall cavity?
Thank you very, very much.