Insulation & Mold
Spent the weekend working on the seats in my Bluebird. Pulled up the rubber from the center aisle, and it's definitely damp - it was raining that day and I wasn't seeing any leaks, but the subfloor will be coming out & getting insulated.
About the walls : I guess best practice is to remove the wall panels, insulate, and replace the wall panels with wood or something? The inside of my bus is in pretty good shape and I don't want to trash the panels. But I do want wall insulation, and I do not want moisture and mold issues in the insulation.
I've been googling but I haven't found specific information and there's been a lot of "just do whatever, this isn't a house" info. I'm in Western NC, I have a small wood stove, and I intend on spending winter in this thing. I am not doing a roof raise, though, which limits my options with windows (I know best practice is raise roof, replace/cover windows).
Can you point me at specific information on insulating for winter? I spent last winter here in an unheated RV without electric or running water, and while it sucked I didn't freeze to death. I don't need to be 75 degrees, but I'd like to avoid frozen pipes. Thanks y'all!