A serious step in the right direction when looking to add an insulating component to your RV, automotive, or home application is the Silver Metallic Bubble Multi-Use RV Insulation from RecPro. This cross-functional material is the same that is used by professional racing teams around the world in their vehicles and trailers. It is highly rated in areas of regulating temperatures. Whether you want to keep the heat in, or out, you can do it with this insulation. Especially when applied to the panels of a garage door (as an example) this insulation has a 97% blocking rate when it comes to radiant heat.
Another property of this material is that it has a high resistance to sound penetration. The closed-cell structure bubbled internal support body, and reflective foils on the outside all combine to provide sound dampening for your vehicle or structure. In racing, this may not be the most important attribute you would look for in an insulative material, but for home and RV use this is huge. With your home the benefits of sound mitigation are apparent, but your RV can be exponentially more important. As loud as the road can be, every piece of sound “catching” material you can add to your RV can help lower the sound bleed in your rig. The outside noises trying to push into your rig can be significantly reduced with a layer of this high-grade insulation.
Next thing you’ll need is a proper tape to help apply the insulation to your vehicle or home. We’ve included a foil tape with solid temperature ratings, and substantial adhesive properties, that can create a vapor barrier along with the insulation to keep your vehicle’s air quality clean.
One of the primary uses for this insulation (after RV applications) is insulating residential and commercial grade garage doors. The flexibility and ease of cutting the material to fit various panels make this material ideal for outfitting your door for the significant temperature fluctuations that can affect your home.
Take some time to check out the benefits of this insulation and foil tape and how they can help improve your RV or home.