We now have ourselves a new to us, 1975 13 ft. Trillium
on our hands. We have to redo the interior, because yes, the entire inside ensolite was gutted. Looking through all the posts on this subject is enlightening and also confusing.
We are weighing
all the pros and cons of each approach.
We need a 3 season trailer, and most of our camping will be in fairly mild weather.
Question, we are looking at buying some headliner from a boat manufacturer nearby. They have with and without foam backing. Originally thought we would put on reflectic and then the rat fur, but now thinking of using the headliner with the attached foam. I think it's 1/8 inch. Could anyone weigh in on this? My thoughts is the headliner with the attached foam would be a one step job and better insulation, but will it be ok with condensation?
Also, is there a difference in hull liner and headliner? I keep seeing the terms used interchangeably but perhaps there is a difference? If so, what?
Any and all info would be appreciated