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Old 03-29-2011, 07:43 AM   #11
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Thanks for the advice Jim.
I was planning on making either plexiglass or lexan interior storm windows for all of the windows. I also was planning to open up the end panels and add batt insulation to those, and possibly reflectix under the floor. I know that the floor is insulated in mine, when I was poking around under there when I first got it and saw what seemed to be vent holes (because they had a metal screen protecting them from critters) in the floor and there was an inch of foam insulation. I am planning to ultra heat the tanks and add reflectix over them as well. My freshwater tank has one inch of foam insulation over it, was suprised to see that.
Jeanine just doesn't like to be cold, like i stated earlier overnight won't be a problem, but just hangin out in there during the dalight hours could be an issue if she is frozen.
I was poking around on some of the other trailer manuffacturers websites and they are talking about four inches of foam in the roof and r-13 walls and r-19 floors, so I was curious about my HiLo.
I'll probably fab up something for the two vents in the roof and something for the A/C to help hold in heat. I recently read somewhere that some one is using foam pipe insulation between the two halves, thats an awesome idea. I was trying to think of something for the inside like the velcro flap that the Trailmanor has, but pipe insulation soulds like a better bet.
I'm booked up for tthe next two weekends but I may try to get it out on the 8th-10th.

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