This review of the Helio gives a lot more information about the build of the trailer and its structure that is given on the Helio website.
The Helio is NOT a molded fiberglass trailer
it is made up of a series of panels that have a fiberglass skin applied to them that are then connected with fiberglass cloth and a gel coat is then applied to the outer surface. So not the type of fiberglass construction method that this forum is focused on. This trailer is not created by spraying resin and fibers into a mold form.
From the article below which include a description of what the structure of this trailer actually is:
: Monocoque, vacuum-bonded fiberglass sandwich w/EPP insulation"
I understand that is is quite confusing to see the word fiberglass and then conclude that all fiberglass trailers are the same thing and made in the same way. This does appear to be a nice little travel trailer but it is not the same type of construction method as the Casitas, Scamps, Bigfoot
, Bolers etc that are created using a mold.