I have noticed photos of Airstreams in snowy cold weather...where the sides are covered with snow that's falling off the sides...(sliding off)...and no marks on the 'fuselage' (the exterior skin) like mine has when it's freezing cold.
What I see on mine are the 'membrane' lines showing...Like squares... I understand what it means...It means the 'lines' (membrane) are the 'studs' in the walls (between the outer and the inner skins/walls), and inside the squares (lines) THE frosty squares....where the insulation IS---is not allowing heat to escape so it remains frosty. But, where the 'lines' are (the studs/membranes)...HEAT IS ESCAPING...so it melts the frostiness there....right?
1. I want to know WHY the heat is escaping? Could it be that the insulation is dissipating? and
2. I'd also like to know is can the insulation in the walls of the Airstream can get to a point where it needs to be freshened ? replaced...?
3. If so, HOW is it done?
Mine, as I think you all can see, is a 1981 Excella 500, 32 footer,"BadBoyBEAR"
Bad, bcz he's causing me to spend too much money all the time.
Whoever said, "it was no problem...(he ) "just wrote the check"...>>WILL YOU MARRY ME?
I'm an avowed bachlorette!
Seriously, tho'...does some one have the answer to these questions...