Once the van floor has been fully insulated and ply lined, you are ready to lay the vinyl floor.
To carpet the rest of the Kangoo you will need to carpet the pillars (where the seat belt lives) the sides below the windows and the roof above the driving cabin.
Now that you are done with your insulation, it is time to start carpeting your van. The carpet is also an insulator and sound dampener, but it looks much much nicer than foil bubble wrap! If done properly, the carpet will give your van a finished and homely feel.
The last part of Pam to be insulated was the roof. Again I have used the combo camping mats + foil bubble wrap and I’m very happy with the results.
The second part to be insulated in Pam the van was the walls and the two sliding doors.
The sides are not ply lined (due to awkward angles and shapes) while the doors are.
The first part of Pam I decided to insulate was the floor and the wheel arches.
The Kangoo (like most vans) has ridges on the floor which can make it fiddly to insulate.
So, before I dive into how Pamthevan’s insulation was done, I would like to give you a very quick introduction to why you might want to insulate your van and which options are available out there. I had absolutely no clue when I started.