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Old 12-25-2021, 02:41 PM   #1
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Oregon skoolie folks please help

Wondering if any of my fellow Oregonian skoolie owners know of any spray foam companies in the state? I've called around to at least 15 in the southern part of the state. They have all turned me down, saying they only do houses or shops. When asked if they knew any companies who do they said "no, but we wish we did because people ask us all time"..😑.. I'm willing to travel to Washington or California even to get it done. If any of you know of anyone please let me know.

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Old 12-26-2021, 10:32 AM   #2
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Wondering if any of my fellow Oregonian skoolie owners know of any spray foam companies in the state? I've called around to at least 15 in the southern part of the state. They have all turned me down, saying they only do houses or shops. When asked if they knew any companies who do they said "no, but we wish we did because people ask us all time".... I'm willing to travel to Washington or California even to get it done. If any of you know of anyone please let me know.
We ran into the same problem in Vegas and ended up DIY with Tiger Foam. It really wasn't so bad and we've made it through 14F nights with one diesel heater (20ft interior)

Have you considered DIY?
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Old 12-26-2021, 11:10 AM   #3
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We ran into the same problem in Vegas and ended up DIY with Tiger Foam. It really wasn't so bad and we've made it through 14F nights with one diesel heater (20ft interior)

Have you considered DIY?
I have considered it. The main issue with that is the kits I've looked at said the surface temperature needed to be at 60 degrees.. it's currently between 20 and 40 degrees most days with occasional snow this time of year. I tried to pull it into my buddies airplane/storage hangar and its about 3 inches to tall to make it under the roll up door. Plan was to set up propane heaters in there to warm the place up, and paint the bus this on Christmas eve. But our plan failed haha.
Was hoping to find a shop that I could drop it off to and leave the temperature control issues up to them haha.
There has to be someone up here that will take on the job I just can't seem to track them down
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Did you try letting air out of the tires? You could probably lower it the 3” that way.
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