If you’re living in northern latitudes and will be living in your van during the winter, you will want to make sure your vehicle stays warm. The camper van insulation options listed below cover a variety of products and prices. I’ve survey the pros and cons of each to allow you to narrow things down to what best fits your needs.
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Product Links (prices subject to change)
|Blown-In Foam||$4/can||Great Stuff 16 oz. can|
|Denim||$1.15||$0.25||Ultra Touch R-6.7|
|EPS Polystyrene||$0.49||$0.11||R-Tech 4 x 8′ x 1″|
|XPS Polystyrene||$0.63||$0.12||Foamular 150 4 x 8′ x 1″|
|Fiberglass||$0.62||$0.18||EcoTouch R-15 93 x 15″|
|Polysio||$0.62||$0.10||Rmax Thermasheath 4×8′ x 1″|
|Reflectix||$0.42||$0.13||Reflectix 25′ x 48″|
|Thinsulate||$2.94||$0.51||3M Thinsulate 10′ x 60″|
|Wool||$2.22||$0.60||Black Mountain 16′ x 14.5″|
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