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Old 08-10-2013, 11:50 PM   #21
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I believe with the extra insulation they cover the entire trailer with the silver bubble insulation. This is a photo from our trailer in production with the extra insulation.
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Old 08-11-2013, 09:09 AM   #22
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Looks just like John & Brenda's. About 3-4 days behind theirs. 8)











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Looks great! Your windows look different then ours. Did you order thermal ones?
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Looks great! Your windows look different then ours. Did you order thermal ones?
Yes, did you?
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Old 08-11-2013, 01:38 PM   #26
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But JohnB,
page two folks are saying that the lower portion marked, extra insulation goes down to the floor. Are you saying this photo does not show the extra insulation? Thanks for the clarification.
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I think JohnB is saying that not only does the extra insulation cover the bottom parts, but it is installed first before the upper thick vinyl covering is installed. I did not know what was behind the vinyl nor what is standard insulation, I'm only familiar with extra option which I thought continued where the vinyl covering ended. The factory may be able to clear up whether the extra insulation option includes a base layer of the silver before the vinyl is installed. I can now see that the reflectix is between the 2 shells in the bathroom if you look where the bath window is cut out you can see it. Seems like a good option.
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But JohnB,
page two folks are saying that the lower portion marked, extra insulation goes down to the floor. Are you saying this photo does not show the extra insulation? Thanks for the clarification.
We had the extra insulation installed. This photo was taken by Escape before they finished the install. It did eventually go to the floor. I thought the photo would help to clarify where the extra went but maybe I have just added to the confusion?

Not sure why there is a joint in the silver where shown in my photo. Perhaps that is the width of the roll that takes it down to the level shown?

My assumption on extra insulation was that it is a layer of the silver completely covering entire fiberglass surface. My assumption was that the basic insulation is provided by the vinyl finish by itself. I could be wrong and I guess I should have asked that specific question to clarify. One of the problems with making assumptions!
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Yeah, JohnB, thanks a lot, clear as mud now
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Old 08-11-2013, 02:40 PM   #30
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From the Escape web site the following is copied from the "Points to Ponder" section under the tab "The Escape".

"The headliner is a smooth, durable, soft-touch vinyl laminated onto 3/8” foam creating an R5 insulation value. This headliner is fire-rated and easily cleaned."

From that statement I made the assumption that the basic insulation is the vinyl itself and the extra is the silver bubble insulation and it is a layer that covers the entire trailer.

Hopefully someone who has asked the question will come in and clarify what 'EXTRA' and "BASIC" means?

And then we can get rid of the mud!
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