Hi all, I'm trying to decide on the best material to use when replacing the wall panels in my 70's Ventura
. It originally had the "wood look" wall panelling and that had some water damage and a couple *bad* paint
jobs. What are your thoughts on the best material to use. I want it to be easy to install, clean and maintain.
The original material was no thicker than 1/8's inch over regular fiberglass insulation so I don't think I need to go thicker than 1/8's inch myself, and we are planning on using rigid 1/2inch insulation boards so that would reduce the amount of available give and bend if the material is pushed on as the insulation would sit pretty flush with the stringers and support wood.
What do you think about this...
4 ft. x 8 ft. White .090 FRP Wall Board-MFTF12IXA480009600 - The Home Depot
Looks easy to cut, clean, maintain and install.
Do you think it would have condensation problems though? We are in the Pacific Northwest and it's quite "damp" up here".
What would you use?