Thanks for your response and info, I really appreciate this forum!
I was thinking the same thing about the carpet tiles ripping off the insulation due to weight
. I had some white foam insulation to play with from a friends reno (Seven sheets). One sheet has the reflective coating the rest is just all white front and back.
Attached are some pics of my brutal attempt at insulating, I used 3m Spray 77 and in some spots it worked awesome and others not. Would this be because I didn't remove the old glue well enough?
I also have a photo of the carpet tile I'm gonna use. I'm thinking PL might be the easiest to glue it. Thoughts? It's vinyl backed so it's pretty heavy duty.
Still 50/50 on the insulation or not.
I figure the vinyl backed carpet tile will keep moisture out. And I really went to town with fibreglass and epoxy on all the screw holes in the fibreglass so I'm not worried about leaks
But maybe just carpet is a lazy fool hardy way to go?
All this being said I got all this stuff for free so I'm not too afraid to try and fail
Would that thin foam insulation really add much R value to the whole trailer, or would my family of four and our breathing at night heat up just as much?
Total newby here so feel free to rip me a new one with my thoughts on all of this!