Originally Posted by phantom59
Do you have any problems with sweating or keeping cool/warm
I was in the Canadian Prairies this summer where it hit 96-100 regularly and yes the boler got hot, but not because of the carpet. We also camped 3 weeks in the Rockies and it got cool every night - the windows
had condensation on them every morning but the carpet felt dry. We were in BC and it rained fro 3 days straight and the trailer was dry. (however, I made a secret storage compartment at the top of my tall cupboard and I did not put carpet in it. I had to stop putting books in it b/c the bare fiberglass got so wet the books curled!)
There were a few days where the carpet did get wet. If we had a damp / cool evening and a hot day and if I packed up the trailer to move on first thing in the cool morning, when I stopped at lunch in the heat of the day the boler was a sauna, so I started towing with a window open. One day I had to dry the carpet with a towel, but i do not know if insulation would have prevented that. I was thinking about a fantastic vent...